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Menzies Aviation appoints Morven McCrindle as Executive Vice President – Fuels

Posted 22 April 2021 · Add Comment

Menzies Aviation today announced the appointment of Morven McCrindle to the newly created role of Executive Vice President – Fuels, to drive global fuel operations growth.



Above: Morven McCrindle, Executive Vice President – Fuels, Menzies Aviation.
Courtesy Menzies Aviation


Morven will spearhead Menzies’ fuels growth strategy, as the Company looks to balance its portfolio mix across fuels, cargo and ground handling.

In this role Morven will draw on her deep industry experience to further develop Menzies’ fuels operations worldwide, and will be working closely with regional teams to identify and capitalise on strategic growth opportunities as well as optimise operational practices to further enhance efficiency.

With expertise in fuels procurement and operations, customer relationship management and large scale airport development and investment projects, Morven joins Menzies after 13 years at Delta Air Lines, where she most recently held the position of Regional Director, Airport Affairs for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India. Previously Morven was General Manager, Global Jet Fuel Procurement & Operations for the airline.

Mervyn Walker, Chief Operating Officer said: “I am delighted to welcome Morven to Menzies Aviation as our Executive Vice President - Fuels. Morven brings with her a wealth of aviation experience and fuels operations expertise to this newly created role, which will be invaluable as we look to further grow our global fuelling footprint and optimise our services portfolio. We are looking forward to working closely with Morven to pursue our ambitious growth strategy and to further develop best practice across our fuelling operations.”

 

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