Fairbanks Morse names McMullin VP

By Jack Burke09 February 2021

Background in defense

Fairbanks Morse named Jamie McMullin as vice president of Business Development & Strategy - Aftermarket.

Jamie McMullin

Before joining Fairbanks Morse, McMullin served as the senior director of Naval Power Systems for Leonard DRS, a defense contractor specializing in naval and maritime systems, ground combat mission command and network computing. He spent a significant amount of his career with Rolls-Royce, ending his 20-year tenure there as vice president of naval campaigns and business development.

“Jamie has a depth of knowledge about our industry and has a strong understanding of what our core defense customers need to complete their mission-critical operations successfully,” said Fairbanks Morse CEO George Whittier. “We know Jamie will be an asset to our customers and we are pleased to have him join the Fairbanks Morse aftermarket team.”

Fairbanks Morse has been boosting its aftermarket portfolio. The Beloit, Wisconsin, USA-based company made three aftermarket oriented purchase in the past year. The company also named James (Jay) McFadyen as vice president and general manager of Aftermarket in October.

McMullin earned his Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Bristol in the U.K and a Master of Business Administration from the Boston College Carroll School of Management in Chestnut Hill, Mass.

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