Celine Gao joined Bosserman Aviation Equipment Inc. as its customer service manager. She has three years of experience in customer service, and will be working closely to provide updates to customers and address any concerns.
Henrik Holming Werner was appointed the general manager for Swissport Cargo Services in Denmark. He brings 30 years of managerial, operational and sales experience to the role, much of which was gained within the transport and logistics sectors. Werner’s management experience includes operations director for DHL Express, operations manager for DHL Aviation’s Nordic hubs and gateways, and operations director East for GLS Denmark. His last position was with Nivart Consulting, including interim management roles for passenger transport group Anchersen and for Bring Denmark, a cargo, parcel and express carrier owned by the Norwegian postal group Posten Norge.
Hobart Ground Systems held its 15th Annual Golf Invitational, March 12th at The Revere Golf Club, in Henderson, NV. The popular event is typically held the day before the opening of AviationPros LIVE, an annual trade show presented by the publisher of Ground Support Worldwide; Airport Business; and AMT magazines.At the end of the day, the company announced its winning teams of the scramble competition:
First Place Team: Phil Saran, publisher, Cygnus Aviation; Jim Markus, CEO, Norlake; Tim Helm, sales manager, ThyssenKrupp Airport Systems; and Steve Campbell, CEO, S&B Metal Products.
Second Place Team: Bill O’Connor, president, Fabric Marketing Group; Scott O’Connell, GSE division manager, Mark C. Pope Associates; Tom Giles, vice president/operations, Oxford ATS; and Fred Ratermann, president, Concept Machine.
Third Place Team: Kyle Kee, general manager, Metal Works; Jeff Dunn, aviation products supervisor, Metal Works; and Michael McGuire, director/business development, SKO-DIE.
Dale Miller has joined Page Industries as vice president. Miller will be responsible for all the company’s project work and military/government sales. Miller is a leading military aircraft external 400 Hz, 28V DC and 270V DC ground power systems expert. He received a BS degree in aviation management and administration from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, FL, campus and afterward had a highly decorated career in the U.S. Navy. Miller has worked with many DOD and DHS branches, including NAVAIR, NAVFAC, NAVSEA, aircraft manufactures and electrical design engineers, to develop specifications, facilities requirements, and design build criteria for the Navy, Marine Corp, Coast Guard, and Army on new construction and recapitalization projects.
Ingrid P. Braeuninger joined ATS as vice president of sale an d business development. Braeuninger started her career with ATS and served for 10 years. In the last five years, she has served in executive capacities in global sales, strategy and business development, most recently as vice president of global sales for Cooper Bussmann, a division of a $5 billion electrical products manufacturer.
Palmer Johnson Power Systems recently announced two new personnel changes: Mike Mulcahy joined the Chicago team as an outside sales representative. Mulcahy graduated from Western Illinois University and has more than 10 years of industrial sales experience and will cover Illinois, Indiana, Iowa and Wisconsin. Mulcahy replaces Andy Stehl, who will take over as service manager of Palmer Johnson’s Dallas, TX, branch. Stehl, with Palmer Johnson since 2003, worked as a service technician until joining the sales force in 2010.
As a result of a corporate restructuring, ASIG created three new senior leadership positions and a operations planning department. Randy Davies, becomes vice president/general manager, ground handling. Clay Mumford becomes vice president/general manager, into-plane fueling. Gene Roy continues with ASIG as director of sales as the company continues to pursue growth in this core line of business. Douglas Hofsass becomes vice president of operations planning. Prior to joining ASIG, Hofsass spent 20 years in aviation operations between United Airlines and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.