Stavatti is a new kind of high technology enterprise. While its primary business focus is upon the design and production of next generation military and civil aerospace vehicles, Stavatti has broadened to consist of five distinct corporations: Stavatti Aerospace Ltd., Stavatti Industries Ltd., Stavatti Heavy Industries Ltd., Stavatti Corporation and Stavatti Europe Doo.
Stavatti Aerospace is about designing and making many kinds of truly revolutionary aircraft. These new aircraft are revolutionary not only in the sense that they are of novel configurations and feature new technologies, materials and propulsion systems, but they are also revolutionary in their price and availability. Designed from the onset to be affordable, Stavatti as a company has a distinct approach to the aircraft business which concentrates upon lean management as well as lean manufacturing approaches. Created for affordability, Stavatti aircraft are meant for pilots who appreciate beautiful aesthetics, extraordinary performance, zero tolerance for corrosion and reasonable operating and procurement costs. Stavatti is about a passion for aviation and it is that passion that drives every aspect of the organization. This passion is not limited to any one type of aircraft as the Stavatti vision spans general aviation, civil aerospace and military aerospace that will result in a diverse aircraft product line produced at multiple design and production centers throughout the United States and worldwide, including our sister company Stavatti Europe.
Founded as a Minnesota C Corporation in 2014 and reorganized as a Wyoming C Corporation in December 2019, the Stavatti Aerospace organization is composed of seven distinct divisions including Stavatti Military Aerospace (focused on the design and production of military aerospace vehicles), Stavatti General Aviation (focused on the design and production of general aviation sport aircraft for private pilots), Stavatti Commercial Aerospace (focused on the design of commercial airliners and aerospace vehicles for civil transport), Stavatti Missiles and Ordnance (focused on the design and production of aircraft missiles and ordnance as well as launch vehicles), Stavatti Interplanetary (focused on the design and production of interplanetary spacecraft), Stavatti Interstellar (focused on the design and production of interstellar spacecraft) and Stavatti Aerospace Systems (focused upon the design and manufacture of aircraft and aerospace vehicle systems including avionics, sensors, actuators, landing gear, etc.). All aerospace vehicle divisions of Stavatti Aerospace focus upon the design and production of both piloted as well as remotely piloted and autonomous aerospace vehicles.
From a leadership perspective, Stavatti Aerospace is owned by shareholders who include individual equity owners as well as strategic partners. The shareholders elect and appoint a board of directors which in-turn elects a President, CEO and all supporting executive staff, ranging from Senior Vice Presidents to CFOs and CIOs. Daily implementation of Stavatti business activities is then managed by Executive Vice Presidents and Vice Presidents who direct all non-executive Stavatti personnel.
Stavatti Aerospace builds upon the legacy of Stavatti Corporation from which it inherited a corporate culture, executive leadership and the intellectual property associated with the SM-26, SM-27 and SM-36 aircraft as well as other projects. Stavatti Corporation is the original Stavatti C Corporation founded in Minnesota in July of 1994. The original design company responsible for the engineering of the Stalma, Machete and Aviara families of aircraft, Stavatti Corporation was also engaged in the design of gas dynamic directed energy weapons and radioisotope powered gas turbine engines. Stavatti Corporation was also the parent company to the Stavatti Reconnaissance Systems division and all other pre-Stavatti Aerospace Ltd divisions and subsidiaries. Today Stavatti Corporation serves primarily as a technology management company responsible for licensing the development and future production of potential product lines to Stavatti Aerospace Ltd. and other Stavatti business enterprises.
Stavatti Industries is a design and manufacturing company focused upon producing tools and equipment for the oil and gas industry as well as undertaking commercial mining, the design and production of aerospace vehicle powerplants, systems and equipment, the design and production of armament systems and the design and production of commercial industrial products. Established to produce Stavatti non-vehicle systems, Stavatti Industries is structured to enable the expansion of Stavatti into the design and manufacture of products above and beyond aerospace vehicles while providing critical key technologies to those vehicles in-house. A Wyoming C Corporation founded in 2016, in May of 2016 Stavatti Industries acquired the manufacturing equipment and capabilities of Hybrid Technology Inc. of San Bernardino and subsequently entered the business of manufacturing oil field tooling and equipment, with an emphasis upon the production of world leading proprietary cementing heads. Expanding into commercial product manufacturing, in 2017 Stavatti Industries embarked on the design and production of new design wet abrasive cleaning systems for commercial and industrial users. Stavatti Industries also inherited the development and production of the Detachable Trailer System (DTS) as a product line from Hybrid Technologies.
Addressing the field of advanced Materials, Stavatti Industries inherited advanced materials projects including Titanium Diboride (TiB2) from Cermetica Holdings as well as Scandium Aluminum and next generation lithium-silicon-graphine battery anode technology from Strategic partners. In 2017 Stavatti Industries entered the mining industry, first with a partnership to commercially develop a placer gold reserves in Alaska and then with an opportunity to explore and develop a potential Lithium-Borate mine in Europe. In so doing, Stavatti Industries is the diversified oil tool, industrial equipment, mining and commercial product manufacturing arm of Stavatti capable of developing and producing all non-aircraft related products. Stavatti Industries is organized into multiple divisions:
Stavatti Industries delegates the design, development and production of all products to its wholly-owned divisions. These wholly-owned divisions may become stand-alone business enterprises which may remain privately held or become publicly traded. In so doing, Stavatti Industries may function in the future as an industrial holding company responsible for division strategic management. Addressing the specific market segments of each sector enterprise, Stavatti Industries performs the total integration of all goods and services delivered by wholly-owned divisions/subsidiaries and partially owned joint-ventures into a symphony of commercial deliverables.
Each division is an independently incorporated, stand-alone corporate entity with a clearly defined objective, core competency and vision. Each division is directly responsible for the management of the design, development, certification/ qualification and production of all products developed by either that specific division, or by joint-venture enterprises operating under the strategic management of that division. Each division is also responsible for the provision of services, which fall within the envelope of their specific core competency. Core competencies are not limited to a specific product, but a series or line of products which fall into a specific category. Each division is subdivided into internal divisions to address particular aspects of its core competency, including the management of specific joint-venture enterprises that are owned in-part by the division. Each division is organized to benefit from the Stavatti Approach to Program Management. Applying a lean, hybridized “skunk works” style management technique, the Stavatti Approach focuses upon the profitable, high volume, mass production of sophisticated products using flexible tooling/manufacturing.
Stavatti Europe Doo is a design and manufacturing company headquartered in Belgrade, Serbia to serve as Stavatti’s European manufacturing and production company. Incorporated in April 2017, Stavati Europe is an integrated enterprise that will focus upon the design and production of aircraft, aerospace vehicles and industrial products including oil tools, gas turbines, defense systems and other products. Stavatti Europe will establish a design and manufacturing presence both in Belgrade as well as conduct production operations at the Pancevo Aircraft Production Center.
Stavatti Heavy Industries, Ltd. is a design and manufacturing company modeled after the Heavy Industrial Manufacturing concerns of Japan. Embracing the model pioneered by Mitsubishi, Fuji and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Stavatti Heavy Industries was founded in 2005 as a Hawaii “C” Corporation. Originally serving as the holding company responsible for the management of a variety of Stavatti divisions including Stavatti Aerospace, with the formation of Stavatti Industries in 2016, Stavatti Heavy Industries assumed the new role as a company responsible for the design, development, production and support of future “Heavy Industrial Products” including ocean going ships and naval vessels, electric boats, trains and rail road systems, chemical industries manufacturing, automotive solutions, powerplants and large civil works projects. A mechanism for reindustrialization, Stavatti Heavy Industries will provide affordable, clean, environmentally friendly solutions in satisfaction of global demands for a diverse array of high performance products.
Stavatti Corporation is the original Stavatti C Corporation founded in Minnesota in July of 1994. The design company initially responsible for the engineering of the Stalma, Sleek, Machete and Aviara families of aircraft, Stavatti Corporation was also engaged in the design of gas dynamic directed energy weapons and radioisotope powered gas turbine engines. Stavatti Corporation was also the parent company to the Stavatti Reconnaissance Systems division (SRS) and all other pre-Stavatti Aerospace Ltd. divisions and subsidiaries. Today Stavatti Corporation serves primarily as a technology management company responsible for licensing the development and future production of potential product lines to Stavatti Aerospace Ltd. and other Stavatti business enterprises.