Triman Holdings, a military aftermarket supply chain management solutions firm in Morristown, on Wednesday said it named Tim Driscoll as CEO, effective immediately.
Driscoll, who has more than 15 years of experience in aerospace and defense, joined Triman as president in October 2022. Prior to joining Triman, he served as a vice president and general manager of OEM Solutions at AAR, where he focused on strategic partnerships with original equipment manufacturers to maximize their global military aftermarket sales. Driscoll also served in various leadership roles at Eaton Aerospace and GE Aviation, where he managed military aftermarket products and programs. Driscoll served in the Navy as a commissioned officer and holds a B.S. in aerospace studies from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
“Triman has emerged as a leader in supply chain management solutions to the global military aftermarket, and we are excited to appoint Tim as our CEO,” Jon Nemo, senior partner at AE Industrial Partners, and chairman of the board for Triman Holdings, said. “Tim brings a deep level of experience and knowledge that will be critical to executing on our aggressive growth plans and delivering the unique set of value propositions we bring to our OEM partners and military customers.”
Triman is a platform company of AE Industrial Partners and consists of the strategic combination of Triman Industries, Crestwood Technology Group and Brighton Cromwell.