Richard Crevier Joins PLI as VP, Corporate Development
Phoenix Logistics, Inc., a leading provider of engineering and manufacturing solutions for the defense and aerospace market, today announced that Richard (Rick) Crevier has joined the company in a newly created
role to lead corporate strategic development. Reporting directly to Phoenix Logistics’ President and CEO Al Funderburk, Crevier is responsible for executing on the company’s strategic business plan including participation and advisement on product development activities, account management, regional corporate expansion, creating strategic partnerships and alliances, and business growth.
Before joining Phoenix Logistics, Crevier was most recently at Camber Corporation where he was the director of strategic business development. Prior to that, he was with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) as assistant vice president in business development and an account manager leading the USMC account. Over the course of his career, he has established and led diverse pursuit groups in new revenue identification, proposal development, and business capture in the commercial, defense, homeland security, and federal agency markets.
“We are very happy to have Rick on board. His experience in strategic development and Marine Corps business pursuits are well aligned with our growth plans,” said Al Funderburk. “His military training, team-building skills and diverse management experience for both private and governmental programs is exactly what we need as we expand our products and services,” added Funderburk.
Crevier holds an undergraduate degree from University of California, Davis and is an infantry and MAGTF officer in the United States Marine Corps Reserve where he has served over 23 years in both active and reserve duty.
Tempe-based Phoenix Logistics, Inc. provides a full-spectrum of services that include engineering and design, development, test, systems integration, manufacturing, and life cycle management. The company supports major aerospace OEM’s, Tier 1 and 2 prime contractors, and the U.S. Department of Defense on projects and programs ranging from component supply to customized solutions for nuclear and high profile space programs.