Brantner's extensive and varied experience in finance, strategy, business development and strategic sourcing has prepared him well for this role. From 2005 to 2011 he was vice president, Strategy and Development, leading our strategic planning process and playing a key role in Pratt & Whitney's acquisition of a majority stake in IAE. Since early 2012, Dave was vice president, Strategic Sourcing, where he contributed to developing and launching a comprehensive supply chain strategy in support of the Geared Turbofan program objectives.Bromberg brings a strong set of skills and experiences to this new position given his demonstrated high performance across a broad variety of roles in strategy, business development, general management and customer service. From 2009 to 2011 he was Hamilton Sundstrand's vice president and general manager, Customer Service, where he launched a best-in-class Customer Support Center and was instrumental in supporting the Boeing 787 entry into service. In November 2011, he was appointed to his current role as UTC vice president, Corporate Strategy and Development, leading UTC's strategic planning process and successful M&A activities.
David M. Brantner Named President, Pratt & Whitney Commercial Engines; Matthew F. Bromberg Named President, Pratt & Whitney Aftermarket; Todd J. Kallman To Retire
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