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Survitec appoints Richard Mears to lead realigned defence & aerospace division

Posted 23 August 2019 · Add Comment

Survitec is supporting the restructuring of its defence & aerospace division division with the appointment of Richard Mears as its new Director for Global Defence & Aerospace Sales.



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Richard Mears has been appointed Survitec Director for Global Defence & Aerospace Sales.

Survitec appoints Richard Mears to lead realigned defence & aerospace division

Richard joined Survitec on 15th July 2019 and will take responsibility for the division’s sales and customer service.

Richard was CEO and President at QinetiQ Inc (USA), a company he joined as Director of International Business Development. Prior to this he held various senior International business development director roles at Babcock and Northrop Grumman.

Martin Whittaker, Managing Director for Defence and Aerospace for Survitec said: “We are delighted to welcome Richard to Survitec as the new Director for Global Defence & Aerospace Sales. He brings with him a deep understanding of International market dynamics and a wealth of customer service experience.”

Richard said on his appointment: “There has never been a more exciting time to join Survitec. Its decades-long reputation of being a high-end equipment supplier to the defence and aerospace industries is further strengthened as it evolves into a service partner to these sectors. I am delighted to be joining Survitec and a high-performing sales team that is well-positioned to further increase our international growth, global order intake and increased revenues.” 

Survitec has recently restructured its defence & aerospace division to further align the business to its key markets. This has involved close examination of its product lines and distribution channels, as well as a renewed emphasis on its international and regional customer service mix, for a consistently high client experience.


 

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