ROB BARKLEY NOW GENERAL MANAGER OF CMC MARINE

Rob Barkley

Rob Barkley, has been named General Manager of CMC Electronics Inc. NavComm Group. Prior to this appointment Barkley, who has been with the company since 1996, was Assistant General Manager.
 
Barkley’s appointment comes at the retirement of his predecessor, Bill Coady, who remains with the company as Director of Business Development.
 
In his new position as General Manager, Barkley will now be responsible for all areas of the company’s marine business in recreational, commercial and government applications. The Marine Group employs 50 people in Canada and has distribution and support in across the country.
 
Rob is an experienced specialist in the marine electronics field, having joined Tom Taylor as a summer student after graduation, then working with a number of companies in the marine electronics business.
 
CMC Electronics is a world leader in the design, manufacture, sales and support of high-technology electronics products for the aviation and global positioning markets. The company's principal locations are in Montreal, Quebec; Ottawa, Ontario; and Chicago, Illinois.
 
Formerly known as Canadian Marconi Company, CMC Electronics has been designing and building innovative communication and electronics systems since 1903.
CMC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Esterline Corporation (NYSE:ESL, www.esterline.com), a specialized aerospace and defense company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. Esterline employs over 10,000 people worldwide.

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