Mike Boland leads a team of over 1000 Triumph professionals across 10 US-based and international sites dedicated to the design, manufacture, test and support of aerospace hydraulic and mechanical systems and components. As the APS P&L leader, Mike is responsible for APS financial and operational performance; product and customer support; as well as development of new proprietary products and technologies.
Mike joined Triumph group in 2003 and most recently served as the APS-Clemmons site General Manager for the past five years, stabilizing and then steadily improving the site’s operational efficiency, supply chain performance and profitability. Prior to his GM role, as Engineering Director Mike led a team of 40 engineers responsible for new product design, test and support. The Clemmons site gained solid footing under his leadership as a respected hydraulic pump provider and continued to gain market share in the valve and cowl actuation product spaces. Mike began his career as a fuel systems project engineer at AlliedSignal / Honeywell and later joined Honda Aircraft Company as a Lead Systems Engineer responsible for the design, installation and certification of the HA-420 “HondaJet” hydraulic system. During his tenure at Honda, Mike attained his FAA Designated Engineering Representative (DER) certificate.
Mike earned his bachelor of science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Notre Dame and his master of science degree in Mechanical Engineering from NC State University; he also owns a private pilot certificate. Mike and his wife Yvette have four very active children from college to elementary school ages.