Daher appoints Stephen Stasiak as the General Manager of its Stuart, Florida aerostructures facility

Stephen Stasiak has been appointed as the General Manager of Daher’s U.S. facility at Stuart, Florida, which is one of the company’s largest industrial sites worldwide – producing aerostructures for Boeing and Gulfstream Aerospace.

Stasiak’s career in the aerospace and defense sectors included vice president and general manager positions at Safran, Viking Air, and L3 Harris. 

A graduate of Webster University with a Master’s Degree in Business and Finance, he was a U.S. Army aviator – flying OH-58 Kiowa helicopters.

Daher’s operation at Stuart builds aerostructures for the Boeing 767 and 777 airliners, the KC-46 aerial tanker, as well as for Gulfstream’s 650 business jet.

Stasiak reports to Alain-Jory Barthe, the CEO of Daher’s Industry division.

Stephen Stasiak,
General Manager of Daher’s U.S. aerostructures facility at Stuart, Florida

About Daher

As an aircraft manufacturer, industrialist, industrial service provider and logistician, Daher currently has approximately 13,000 employees and achieved a revenue of 1.65 billion euros in 2023.

With its family ownership, Daher has been focused on innovation since its creation in 1863. With locations in 15 countries across Europe, North America and Asia, Daher designs and develops value-added solutions for its aeronautical and industrial customers and partners.

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