Orlando … ASIG®, an industry leader in aviation services announced today that as a result of corporate restructuring, the company has created three new senior leadership positions within Sales, and a newly formed Operations Planning Department to support worldwide operations.
ASIG recently realigned internal processes and its organizational structure to ensure it is well positioned to meet its goal of delivering exceptional service and continuous improvement to all of its customers and stakeholders. ASIG’s realignment is essential to the company’s vision of being a dynamic, world class supplier to the global aerospace industry.
Each line of business within ASIG is now supported and directed by a dedicated senior executive, responsible for operational standards, corporate level business partner relationships, and future sales growth opportunities. Operations Planning is responsible for directing and managing:
- Manpower Planning
- Revenue Management
- Sales Administration
- Performance Measurement
ASIG has named the following seasoned industry experts in these new leadership roles:
Randy Davies, Vice President/General Manager, Ground Handling: Davis has held senior executive leadership and business development positions at Menzies and Servisair. He has over 30 years of commercial aviation experience. Davis is responsible for growth of ASIG’s ground services line of business that includes all airside ramp handling activities, cabin cleaning, aircraft deicing and passenger handling.
Clay Mumford, Vice President/General Manager, Into-Plane Fueling: Mumford joins ASIG from Allied Aviation and has more than 20 plus years’ experience in commercial aviation fuel services. Gene Roy continues with ASIG as Director of Sales as they continue to pursue growth in this core line of business. Mumford oversees all U.S. commercial aircraft and GSE refueling activities.
Douglas Hofsass, 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, where he served in a number of executive leadership positions in Operations, Policy, Planning and Industry Engagement. Hofass is charged with providing the needed tools, resources, data and support to ASIG’s field operations worldwide.
Commenting on the new appointments, Michael Scheeringa, President and CEO of BBA Aviation’s Flight Support division, of which ASIG is a part said, “We are excited to announce our new executive leadership and their roles at ASIG. They bring a comprehensive mix of expertise and knowledge in commercial aviation that will allow ASIG to continuously deliver exceptional results to its customers, business partners and the industry-at-large as we continue to drive the company’s growth across its global network.”
ASIG is one of the largest independent aviation services companies in the world, with substantial operations in 67 airports throughout North America, Central America, Europe and Asia. Since 1947, ASIG...