Simi Valley, CA, USA, July 22, 2013 - Malabar International announced today that Steven Boyd has joined the company as Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, effective July 15, 2013.
In addition, Chris Advani has become Executive Vice President, Operations, and Lorin Card has become Vice President, Customer Service.
John E. Carroll, Jr., Malabar Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, “With the recent growth and success at Malabar, we are realigning and strengthening our management to go along with our other current initiatives, including expanding our product lines. Having Steve join us is a welcome and important step for Malabar. Chris and Lorin are continuing their exemplary Malabar careers.”
Boyd’s entire career has been in the aviation support industry, with 30 years experience in sales and sales management at Amsafe, Inc., Timco Aviation Services, and B/E Aerospace Services Group. He has a BS in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a long time Los Angeles resident.
Malabar has been a world leader in designing and manufacturing maintenance equipment for commercial and military aircraft for more than 78 years. Malabar designed and built the aviation industry’s first hydraulic jack for aircraft in 1939, and since that time has earned a worldwide reputation for superior quality and after-sale support. Malabar products are in use in 90 countries by major airlines, airframe manufacturers, maintenance, repair, and overhaul centers, and military operations. For more information on Malabar, visit www.malabar.com.
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