Our Leadership

John Calicchio

Chairman of the Board, ATC

John Calicchio serves as Chairman of the Board of Argo Turboserve Corporation (“ATC”) for over 20 years and is also the CEO and President.   ATC is a family owned company specializing in inventory management and distribution with revenues in excess of $250 million.

John Calicchio also serves as Chairman of the Board, President and founder of Apex Bulk Carriers, LLC, a ship owning company with a fleet of ocean going dry bulk vessels.   

Mr. Calicchio is Chairman Emeritus of the Board and a “Platinum Benefactor” of the Children’s Cancer and Blood Foundation, a division of New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.  The Calicchio Family Clinic at New York Weill-Cornell Children’s Hospital, which offers outpatient treatment, is named in his honor. 

Mr. Calicchio also serves as a Trustee, Director and Vice President of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.

In addition to his role and offices at ATC in New Jersey, Mr. Calicchio maintains an office and home in New York City.

Rob Bruinsma

President, ATC Aerospace

 Rob graduated from the Executive Management Program at the University of Chicago's School of Business. Rob joined ATC in 2009 as President of ATC Aerospace with 30 years’ experience in the areas of international engineering, operations, business development, quality assurance, and finance in the aviation industry with a focus on managing complex organizations with high engineering content. He is a proven leader in the aviation industry combining both a strategic and tactical approach in leading the sales growth of organizations, operational efficiency programs, and inventory control programs. Rob served as Vice President of Operations and Engineering for the Aviation Supply Chain Group for AAR Allen Services Inc. prior to joining ATC.

Wayne Ackerman

Wayne Ackerman

Senior Vice President of Finance and CFO

Wayne received a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Rutgers University, a MBA in Accounting from Rutgers Graduate School of Management in 1987 and is a C.P.A with an extensive general management background. Wayne worked in public accounting as an auditor for Deloitte and Touche as well as regional firms for approximately 10 years. Wayne started with ATC in 1999 and in 2002 left ATC to return to his prior employer, a $250MM international distributor of petro-chemical products in order to run the business and prepare it for sale. After the sale in the summer of 2006, Wayne returned to ATC in his current capacity to support and drive the growth of the ATC business units with his operational acumen and ability to finance new deals.

Dan Tenzer

Dan Tenzer

President, ATC Government and Turbine

Dan Tenzer has a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island, and an MBA from Pace University. Dan joined ATC in 2000, with 15 years of engineering, technical sales, and operations management experience. Dan spent 7 years in ATC's Nuclear Division where he was the Vice President of Sales and Marketing, responsible for materials management, business development, and strategic sourcing. From 2007 to 2010 Dan served as the Vice President of ATC's Turbine Division representing GE's industrial steam turbine business. For the past 3 years, Dan has managed ATC's Government Division leading the OEM distribution and supply chain management efforts to the U.S. Government and marine industries. Dan was recently named President of ATC’s Government and Turbine Division.