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Alan Hood appointed managing director of Aircelle Ltd

Posted 21 December 2011 · Add Comment

Alan Hood has been appointed managing director for Aircelle Ltd, an Aircelle (Safran group) subsidiary located in Burnley, Lancashire.

He succeeds Andrew White who has moved to another position within Safran Group.

As managing director, Hood will report directly to Vincent Mascré, Aircelle CEO.

 

Hood joined Aircelle Ltd in May 2006 as finance director.  Prior to his move to Aircelle, Hood worked for PPG Industries Inc, where he held a number of different positions, following six years working for Turner & Newall and Courtaulds.

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