August 1, 2008 By Administrator
Aug. 1, 2008 - Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services North America announces that effective immediately, Ronnie Kearns assumes the position of Director, Sales and Customer Support for its operation based in Andalusia, Alabama.
Aug. 1, 2008 – Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services North America announces that effective immediately, Ronnie Kearns assumes the position of Director, Sales and Customer Support for its operation based in Andalusia, Alabama.
Ronnie Kearns has been instrumental in establishing Vector-Andalusia at the forefront of the helicopter maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry, his knowledge of product, and customer requirements make him ideal for this role to grow Vector’s market share in this region. Ronnie will focus on existing customer satisfaction and new business.
Alan Fletcher will assume the role of Vice President of Operations based in Andalusia Alabama. Fletcher brings more than 30 years of diverse experience with organizations including the United Kingdom-Ministry of Defense (MoD), H+S Aviation and nearly twenty years in senior leadership positions within the Vector organization. Most recently, Fletcher held the title of VP, Quality and Engineering with Vector Helicopter Services North America, based in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Fletcher has a comprehensive background as an aerospace mechanical engineer, specializing in aerospace turbo-shaft engines and fuel systems, aircraft repair development and modifications.
Vector Aerospace Helicopters North America are planning to expand current Bell component, avionics, structures, paint and fabrication capabilities into a new purpose built facility at the Andalusia regional airport later this year. “This appointment notice will allow us to focus on the many opportunities that exist in this region” say’s Paul Cockell Chief Operating Officer for Vector Aerospace Helicopters services North America.
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