Marshall Olger


Marshall comes to MonoCoque Diversified Interests with 40 years of experience in the airline/aviation industry, with a focus on MRO composite product line development.  Marshall’s entrepreneurial proficiency includes the field of skilled and operation management, aircraft maintenance, airports/air worthiness, and sales/customer relations.  Additionally, he is a specialist in quality and repair process control, lean manufacturing, and commercial/cargo aviation.

Marshall’s strong professionalism and success, into an industry strongly controlled by Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), was derived by making customer satisfaction a priority. His driving factor was to offer a strong innovative quality repair at a reasonable price and an industrial leading turn-around time.  

Marshall has been involved in the creation and growth of three MRO powerplant overhaul and repair stations.  Beginning with Pratt & Whitney AutoAir, Marshall spent 23 years learning his trade in the power plant composite field. After growing this department and achieving the role of plant manager, he moved to Applied Aerodynamics as the director of a new division where he also started a power plant composite repair facility.

In 2003, Marshall cofounded Phoenix Composite Solutions, where he developed repairs and relationships with airlines and MRO facilities around the world. He frequently traveled domestically as well as Asia, Europe, and South America, visiting customers in the commercial/cargo/MRO and power plant industry.

Marshall was influential in developing relationships with foreign countries to obtain certificates for the Civil Aviation Authority. He successfully procured these certifications in CAAC (China), JCAB (Japan), CAAT (Thailand), CAAV (Vietnam) and EASA (Europe).  This allowed him to develop Designated Engine Repairs (DER) that saved his customers’ time and money and allowed his company to grow in these markets that were OEM controlled.

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Bicycling, CrossFit, Golf, and my 1979 Ford pick-up