Mesa, Arizona – March 5, 2011. Phoenix Heliparts, Inc. is continuing its successful expansion by appointing Conrad Moreno as quality assurance manager, and Marcus Landry as manager of business development. Both appointees have over 30 years experience in the helicopter industry, with careers that have focused on quality assurance and strategic expansion.
Moreno has supported MD500 aircraft, Eurocopter, and UH-1 aircraft in various capacities over the course of his career. He has served in related roles at Pacific Helicopters, Canadian Helicopter Corporation and Columbia Helicopters. Moreno’s significant industry knowledge and extensive quality assurance-orientated background will be invaluable as Phoenix continues its current growth strategy.
Phoenix Heliparts president, Tina Cannon, said, “Conrad brings expertise in quality assurance, an area which continues to be the main focus of our business. We look forward to even greater improvement under his direction.”
New manager of business development, Marcus Landry, will provide the critical tools necessary to identify potential customers and products, and ensure efficient and effective decision-making across Phoenix’s business units; his focus areas will include marketing, advertising and promotional planning. Previously, he has worked in leadership roles at The Timken Company, Bristow Helicopters (air logistics), and Aviall.
Cannon said, “We are very excited to welcome Marcus to our team; he will play an instrumental role in helping Phoenix Heliparts build on its unprecedented growth as a total MD 500 support provider. His industry knowledge, leadership abilities and strong business acumen make him an ideal choice for this role.”
Phoenix Heliparts is a Total Support Solution. The company carries a significant parts inventory for immediate shipment. Capabilities include but are not limited to; engineering, avionics, interiors, sheet metal, AP & IA mechanics, field support, and component overhaul. The group's commitment to quality and unparalleled customer service sets it apart.