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Menzies Aviation adds two execs to US business

Posted 20 February 2020 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced two new appointments to its US business: Edward Pim joins as Chief Operating Officer and Raul Barrera as Senior Vice President, Sales and Operations.



Above:
(left to right) Edward and Raul.
Courtesy Menzies Aviation 


Both Edward and Raul will be based in Dallas-Forth Worth and report to John Redmond, Executive Vice President Americas.

Edward Pim joins Menzies Aviation from United Service Companies, where he was President and COO. The business provides facility, trade show, hospitality and aviation support services, and has 17,000 employees across the US. Edward joins Menzies Aviation in March. 

Edward will be responsible for ensuring that Menzies Aviation delivers safe, secure and consistent quality service to all its customers across the region and maintaining excellent customer relationships across the Menzies Aviation business.

Raul Barrera joins from Swissport where, as Regional Vice President Commercial, he was responsible for commercial strategy across 10 countries, encompassing some 80 stations in the LATAM region.  Raul joins Menzies Aviation in April. 
Raul will lead the team responsible for all Sales and Commercial activities in the Americas Region across Menzies Aviation’s Fuelling, Ground Handling and Cargo Handling Businesses.

John Redmond, Executive Vice President, US: “I am delighted to welcome both Edward and Raul to the business at this exciting time, as we continue to invest in and grow our business in the Americas Region.  We currently have operations at 115 airports in 7 countries and have plans to continue to grow our footprint in this region.”

 

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