- Signia Aerospace currently operates two complementary business units: Thermal Management and Mission Equipment
- Norman Jordan has been named CEO of Signia Aerospace
- Arcline has $4.4 billion in cumulative capital commitments
Arcline Investment Management has formed Signia Aerospace, a provider of high-performance systems and specialized components for the aerospace industry. Also, Arcline acquired International Mezzo Technologies Inc, a maker of microtube heat exchangers used in mission-critical thermal management applications.
No financial terms were disclosed.
Signia Aerospace currently operates two complementary business units: Thermal Management and Mission Equipment.
The Thermal Management business unit designs, manufactures and services environmental control systems, high-performance microtube heat exchangers and related components for aerospace and defense platforms. Key brands include ACE Thermal Systems – established through the combination of Air Comm Corporation and Enviro Systems – and Mezzo Technologies.
The Mission Equipment business unit offers more than 5,000 proprietary products, including cargo hooks, human external cargo (HEC) systems, weighing systems and remote equipment products that support critical activities carried out by aerospace and defense end-users. Key brands include Onboard Systems.
Norman Jordan has been named CEO of Signia Aerospace. Most recently, he served as CEO of Safran Cabin.
“At Mezzo, our purpose is to provide our customers with leading edge microtube heat exchanger solutions that serve the most critical thermal management applications,” said Kevin Kelly, president of Mezzo, in a statement. “The partnership with Signia will broaden our reach and enable us to better support our customers.”
Arcline Investment Management has $4.4 billion in cumulative capital commitments. Arcline invests in technology-driven industrial businesses.