Essex Industries has announced that all St. Louis operations will resume Wednesday, March 25th. Essex qualifies under the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to continue production during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time, all non-essential employees will work remotely and the company will observe CDC guidelines in its facilities.
Essex Industries is pleased to announce that Sebastien Artigny has joined the company as Business Segment Manager – Europe.
Most recently, Sebastien served as Aerospace Marketing and Sales Manager for Air Liquide Advanced Technologies. He holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering from Polytech’Nice-Sophia.
Sebastien will be based out in Rives, France, and will focus on the Essex PBE and Emergency Breathing market in Europe. He will also be involved with Essex Medical Liquid Oxygen systems for European Air EMS applications.
Essex Industries is a family-owned and operated manufacturer focused on the aerospace and defense market, with product lines that include platform controls, aircraft components, liquid oxygen equipment, emergency breathing equipment and gas regulators. Essex employs 375 people at its six locations in St. Louis, Missouri and Huntington Beach, California.
Essex Industries is pleased to announce that Todd Waldman has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer. In this role, Todd will be responsible for leading the Accounting, IT and MIS departments.
Prior to joining Essex in 2016, Todd had ten years of experience with positions at Ernst & Young, Olin and GKN Aerospace. Todd is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) with an MBA from Indiana University, Kelley School of Business. He is a member of the third-generation within Essex as a family-owned and operated company.
Essex Industries is a manufacturer focused on the aerospace and defense market, with product lines that include platform controls, aircraft components, liquid oxygen equipment, emergency breathing equipment and gas regulators. Essex employs 375 people at its six locations in St. Louis, Missouri and Huntington Beach, California.
The User Manual for the Essex PBE (Portable Breathing Equipment), has been revised to include Proposition 65 warning label as well as new part numbers.
Should you require a new copy, please contact Customer Service:
Jenny Dugan | email@example.com | 314.659.4303
We can be reached for questions during business hours M-F. Thank you for your prompt attention.
Essex Industries has received a contract from Lockheed Martin to supply control yoke and column assemblies for the LM-100J transport aircraft. The LM-100J is a commercial derivative of the military C-130J Super Hercules, with select design changes enabling it to perform as a civil multi-purpose air freighter.
Under this contract, Essex will manufacture and test the entire assembly, consisting of a Lockheed Martin-designed column and an Essex-designed control yoke, which is identical to that of the C-130J. This system handles pitch and roll flight control, as well as the control of various aircraft systems such as pitch trim, communications and other on-board avionics.
In addition to the C-130J and LM-100J, Essex also supports the Lockheed Martin F-16, F-22 and F-35 platforms.
Essex Industries is proud to introduce its new Ambidextrous Cursor Grip. Essex developed this design for applications where there is not sufficient room for both right and left slew grips. This single control mounts on the console between the seats for use by both pilot and co-pilot.
This new ambidextrous design is suitable for use by the right or left hand and can be modified to fit other rotary or fixed wing platforms.
Essex also manufacturers the traditional right and left slew grips, mounted on the console to provide sensor control.
Essex Industries is proud to introduce its new Ergonomic Collective Grip. This patent-pending design incorporates additional switches to eliminate hand repositioning or dual seat inputs. The grip’s unique shape provides the optimum hand position for long-range comfort, reducing fatigue during flight.
The new Ergonomic Collective Grip enables pilots to fly the aircraft while maintaining control of all electronic switch functions. It comfortably puts more needed tasks at their fingertips.
Essex developed the Ergonomic Collective Grip for the UH-60 Black Hawk with eight different switches, including a Cursor Slew
Switch and HUD Switch, which are not typically available on a collective grip.
This new Ergonomic Collective Grip can be modified to fit any rotary platform and is particularly suited to those applications that require a wide range of functionality. Switches can be changed, as needed, to include uses such as weapon or sensor control.
Essex Industries is pleased to announce the acquisition of Momeni Engineering LLC, a manufacturing company located in Huntington Beach, California, effective January 1, 2019.
Founded in 1947, Essex Industries is a leading supplier to the Aerospace and Defense market, providing platform controls, aircraft components, emergency breathing and liquid oxygen equipment. The company employs over 300 people in its four St. Louis facilities.
Momeni Engineering provides precision machined OEM parts and assemblies to aerospace and medical companies. Originally founded in the late 1980’s, the company as currently structured was established in 2010. Momeni operates from two co-located facilities with 45 employees.
The acquisition of Momeni supports Essex’ business strategy of further expanding its commercial aircraft product portfolio. With Momeni’s location, it will also provide improved service for Essex customers on the West Coast.
According to Evan Waldman, Essex CEO, “Essex and Momeni Engineering share common markets, manufacturing expertise and values. Working together, we will be able to offer a broader range of products and enhanced customer service.”
The company will continue to operate as Momeni Engineering in Huntington Beach, California.
Essex Industries is pleased to announce that Evan Waldman has assumed the role of Chief Executive Officer effective January 1, 2019. A third-generation member of the company’s founding Guller family, Mr. Waldman is just the third CEO in the company’s 70-year history.
Evan Waldman joined Essex in 2004 as a Sales and Marketing Associate. He has served as Operations Manager for the Manufacturing Division, Director of Commercial Sales, Director of Strategy and most recently as Sr. Vice President of Business Development. Evan has a B.A. degree from Indiana University and an M.B.A. from Washington University.
Evan Waldman succeeds Keith Guller as CEO. Both Mr. Guller and Mickey Waldman, President, have retired from their leadership roles in the organization, but remain active as family members on the company’s Board of Directors.
Essex Industries is a family-owned and operated manufacturer focused on the aerospace and defense market. Providing platform controls and aircraft components, Essex has been a part of virtually every major military and commercial aerospace program since the company began in 1947.
Other Essex product lines include liquid oxygen equipment, emergency breathing equipment and gas regulators. Essex employs over 300 people at its four locations in St. Louis, Missouri.