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Trenchard Aviation promotes Neil Watkins to Group Sales & Marketing Director

Posted 5 December 2019 · Add Comment

Aircraft cabin component design, manufacture, repair and on-wing maintenance firm, Trenchard Aviation Group, has appointed Neil Watkins to Group Sales & Marketing Director.



Above:
Neil Watkins.
Courtesy Trenchard Aviation


The primary focus of his new role will be the development of a single sales strategy for the entire Group – comprising Aero Technics, Airbase, Servecorp, and Reheat International – and the growth of both revenue and margins.
 
Neil will continue to hold his current responsibilities for the oversight of Reheat International, part of the Trenchard Aviation Group and a leading provider of galley, lavatory, cabin and cockpit security equipment, maintenance and repair.
 
Mark Faulkner, CEO of Trenchard Aviation Group, commented: “Trenchard has made great progress in recent years and has a strong platform on which to build its next phase of growth. Neil’s appointment forms part of this expansion and I have every confidence that we will benefit greatly from his extensive market knowledge and sales experience.”
 
Speaking of his new role, Neil added: “This is an exciting new challenge for me. I’m really looking forward to the opportunity to help realise the potential of the full Trenchard offer – one of the broadest ranges of cabin products and services available in the market.”


 

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