Torrance, California, March 13, 2012 – AeroWorx, the aviation industry’s leading provider for repair and overhaul services, today announced that Ken Curry has been named as their new Vice President and General Manager.
Ken’s new role at AeroWorx is to assist in the day to day operation of Aeroworx, increase sales and business opportunities, drive and guide the AeroWorx team to meet 2012 expectations, help to grow the business, increase efficiency, and increase customer satisfaction.
“We are pleased to introduce Mr.Curry as our new Vice President and General Manager. He holds a vast knowledge of aviation, as well as a proven track record in sales and marketing. His commitment to customer relations will be a valuable asset here at AeroWorx,” says Aeroworx President, Gary Furlong.
Prior to AeroWorx, Ken served as a Vice President and Manager for various aircraft companies including KC Aviation, Petersen Aviation and Jet Source, Inc. During prior employment, Ken worked to rebrand, reorganize, and restructure several different companies which, in turn, increased gross revenue, efficiency, and company morale.
Curry, himself, stated that “it is exciting to be serving in a new arena of the aviation world and to be with a great company.” He also stated that he looks forward to serving as the company’s “Co-Pilot”.
Curry brings 30 plus years of experience in Aerospace. He started his aviation career in the United States Air Force as a B-52 Pilot and Aircraft Commander. He holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Sales Management from Woodbury College, and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University.
Welcome Ken Curry to the AeroWorx team by emailing him at Ken@aero-worx.com, or stop by our booth #3311 at the MRO in Dallas, Texas, April 3rd-5th, where Ken will be representing AeroWorx.
AeroWorx was founded in 1998 under the name Aero Pneudraulics. Located in Torrance, CA, AeroWorx is a leading supplier of pneumatic, hydraulics, electromechanical and fuel systems repair and overhaul services. Visit www.aero-worx.com for more details.