ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY
Perry leads the Enjet Aero Advanced Manufacturing Group. His duties involve identifying and employing the most capable and skillful workforce; finding strategic opportunities for condensing and expediting manufacturing processes through employment of advanced, multi-step technology and robotics; and building an industry-leading, parts-complete manufacturing capability to serve the needs of all aerospace customers.
PRIOR RELATED EXPERIENCE
Perry started his extensive machining and fabrication career in 1983 at Daca Machine & Tool while obtaining technical degrees in Advanced Manufacturing and Machine Tool Technology. After a series of successive promotions through virtually all departments in the business, Perry was named President of Daca Machine & Tool in 2005.
Perry grew the Daca Machine & Tool business into a world-class manufacturing facility through automation and lights-out operations, with 150 employees and $70M in annual revenue. Under his leadership, the company was named “Boeing Supplier of The Year” for manufactured parts in 2010. Perry also led the integration of Daca Machine & Tool with Valent Aerostructures. He continued leading the business after it was acquired by LMI Aerospace until 2017 when he left to join the Enjet team.
PERSONAL FUTURE VISION AND GOALS
“At Enjet Aero, we’re doing our part to help our customers build the world’s best, most sophisticated and most reliable jet engines, piece by piece and complex assembly by complex assembly. We have a lot in our toolbox to enable us to craft the tiniest, precision parts or produce large, intricate, 5-axis machined engine components.”