Paradigm Precision, a portfolio of the Carlyle Group, said June 24 that Ronojoy Ghosh was named Vice President Business Development. Gosh was most recently General Manager, Global Engine Systems, Aero Nozzles and Aero Blades & Vanes in the Engine and Environmental Control Systems business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems.
Manchester, CT – Paradigm Precision, a global manufacturer of complex fabrication and precision machined components for gas turbine engines, today announced that Ronojoy Ghosh has been named Vice President Business Development reporting to Paradigm President and CEO Steve Croke. Mr. Ghosh, who began his duties on June 15th, is based in company headquarters in Manchester, CT.
Mr. Ghosh most recently served as General Manager, Global Engine Systems, Aero Nozzles and Aero Blades & Vanes in the Engine and Environmental Control Systems business unit of UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS).
Paradigm CEO Steve Croke said, “We are pleased to welcome Ronojoy to Paradigm. He shares our vision and his experience uniquely positions him to lead Paradigm’s business development efforts. Ronojoy will be a great addition to our senior leadership team.”
Mr. Ghosh said, “I am very excited to be joining Paradigm at such a pivotal moment for the company and the industry. I look forward to continuing our pursuit of collaborative partnerships as we focus on growth opportunities.”
Prior to working at UTAS, Mr. Ghosh was with McKinsey & Company, advising clients on business growth, market penetration strategy and operations transformation efforts at leading industrial manufacturing, basic materials, telecommunications, chemicals and automotive companies.
Mr. Ghosh earned a PhD and Master’s degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University. He also holds a Bachelors of Technology degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, India.
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Paradigm Precision is the market facing name for Dynamic Precision Group (DPG), a global leader in the manufacture of complex machined and fabricated assemblies for the Aerospace, Defense and Power Generation markets. DPG is a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group, AE Industrial Partners and other co-investors. DPG acquired Turbocombustor Technology in 2011, which specializes in the production of critical aircraft engine components; Paradigm Precision Holdings in 2013, which specializes in the manufacture of complex, tight-tolerance machined and fabricated components for gas turbine engines; and eight aerospace component fabrication and machining facilities from Unison Engine Components, a subsidiary of GE Aviation, in 2013. DPG’s core capabilities include laser services, air flow measurement, thermal coatings, electrical discharge machining, precision machining, and TCT Blast™.