Martin Amen Named VP, General Manager of Cubic’s Nuvotronics Subsidiary; Mike Twyman Quoted

Martin Amen

Martin Amen, vice president of strategy and business development at Cubic‘s (NYSE: CUB) Nuvotronics subsidiary, has been appointed VP and general manager of the same business. He will oversee Nuvotronics’ profit-and-loss functions, internal performance, business and growth strategy and customer-stakeholder relations, Cubic said Tuesday.

Amen previously worked at Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) as senior director of secure network operations and as director of satellite and network systems. Earlier in his career, he spent two years at American Systems as a project engineer and served as program and capture manager at Logicon for another two years.

“Marty’s leadership experience in high performing [profit and loss] organizations as well as his expertise in business development, program execution and customer relations will enable us to further grow our Nuvotronics business and ensure we continue to meet our commitments to our customers,” said Mike Twyman, president of Cubic’s mission solutions business.

Nuvotronics, which Cubic acquired in March, develops microfabricated radio frequency technology.

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