Triman Holdings appoints two as divisional presidents

On the heels of its announcement that it appointed Tim Driscoll as CEO, Morristown-based Triman Holdings, a military aftermarket supply chain management solutions firm, on Friday said it appointed Mike Boyd and Christopher Gross as divisional presidents, reporting directly to Driscoll.

Boyd, previously chief sales officer, has been appointed divisional president for CTG, a leader in trusted and certified supply chain solutions with expertise in sourcing hard-to-find parts, obsolescence management, risk mitigation and counterfeit avoidance.

Boyd brings 21 years of sales, operations and quality experience with a mindset of continuous improvement across all functions. Boyd has been key to growing CTG’s footprint within the defense & aerospace industries and in helping CTG become an approved and preferred supplier to the U.S. government and armed forces.

Gross, who recently joined the company, has been appointed divisional president for both Triman Industries and Brighton Cromwell, a data-driven operation providing competitive insights into the Defense Logistics Agency supply chain and forecasting solutions for its growing original equipment manufacturing partner base.

Gross brings 13 years of contract and program management experience in the defense & aerospace industries, and his background includes senior leadership positions in production, sustainment and aftermarket at AAR, Northrop Grumman and Navistar Defense. He most recently served as the senior director of program management and interim general manager of AAR’s OEM Solutions Government business.

“This new alignment within our company will allow our teams to better focus on individual markets while leveraging the complete value proposition in support of our partners and customers,” Driscoll said. “I am excited to partner with Mike and Chris to strengthen our position as a market leader in supply chains, including improving performance and managing obsolescence and risk.”