Bombardier Aerostructures names new president
by Canadian Manufacturing.com Staff
Jean Séguin will oversee the activities of the new business segment that designs and develops complex composite and metallic aerostructures
MONTRÉAL—Bombardier Inc. has appointed Jean Séguin as president of Bombardier Aerostructures & Engineering Services.
Séguin will oversee the activities of this new business segment that designs and develops of complex composite and metallic aerostructures. He will report directly to Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier’s president and CEO.
Jean Séguin joined Canadair in 1981 as a Composites Material Engineer and has held several managerial positions at Bombardier Aerospace, including vice-president of several divisions, including operations; engineering and supply chain; and quality, engineering, manufacturing and new programs.
“Jean Séguin is a seasoned manager with a deep knowledge of the aerospace industry,” said Beaudoin. “His vast experience in all aspects of our manufacturing activities makes him uniquely qualified to lead Bombardier’s new business segment. As we focus on improving our performance and execution, his expertise will enable us to take full advantage of the business opportunities generated by our recent investments in innovative products and technologies.”