Rocket Crafters adds advisory board member
ROCKET CRAFTERS ADDS ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER
Dale Coxwell, Coastal Steel Manufacturing, LLC, CEO, Newest Member
TITUSVILLE, FL. – (October 10, 2017) – Rocket Crafters, Inc., (RCI) announced today that Dale Coxwell, CEO of Coastal Steel Manufacturing, LLC, of Cocoa, Florida, is joining its Board of Advisors. Coxwell is also the executive vice president and owner of Coastal Steel, Inc.
Coxwell’s steel companies specialize in complex structures and components with a customer base that includes aerospace and defense. “Under Dale’s leadership, Coastal Steel Manufacturing has become a strategic partner in Rocket Crafters’ journey to change the way we access space. His team and facilities are at the center of our test stand and testing efforts. His advice will be important as we move forward,” said Sid Gutierrez, Rocket Crafters chairman and CEO.
A 35-year industry veteran, Coxwell is a well-respected and integral part of the community as a part of several organizations as an advisor and/or board member, including the Space Coast Machinist Apprenticeship Program, CareerSource Brevard, Eastern Florida State College (Welding Department), the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts, Brevard Achievement Center, and The Salvation Army of North Central Brevard.
About Rocket Crafters, Inc.
Rocket Crafters, based in Titusville, FL, is developing Intrepid-1™, a revolutionary two-stage to orbit space launch system. When brought to market later in this decade, Intrepid-1 will be the world’s first mass-producible, customizable launch vehicle. Constructed from 3-D printed carbon fiber composites and powered by D-DART™, a breakthrough in advanced hybrid rocket engine technology, Intrepid-1 will set a new standard in rocket safety, economy, and performance. For more information visit us at www.rocketcrafters.com.
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