AeroRepair Appoints New Director of Sales and Business Development
AeroRepair, Corp. and Hemico, Inc. name Joseph P. Hartmann, Director of Sales and Business Development.
Londonderry, New Hampshire, December 1, 2014 — AeroRepair, Corp. and Hemico, Inc. (collectively, “AeroRepair” or the “Company”) are pleased to announce Joseph P. Hartmann as Director of Sales and Business Development effective November 3, 2014.
Mr. Hartmann brings over 25 years of aviation experience in various segments of the Aerospace products and services markets. His recent responsibilities have included sales and business development for flight simulation technologies and training services for various companies throughout the United States. Mr. Hartmann’s focus has been in commercial and general aviation markets as well as various government entities and the United States’ Department of Defense. He has a proven track record of achieving sales and development goals and his depth of industry knowledge will be an important addition to the AeroRepair team.
“The market and our customers demand a value proposition in today’s competitive MRO environment. AeroRepair provides an immediate response to our client’s needs by providing industry leading turn-around-times with high quality standards at very competitive pricing. We have grown substantially over the past year with our new facility in Indianapolis and Joe will be an integral part of the Team as we continue growing throughout North America.” stated Daniel M. Bell. Chief Executive Officer of AeroRepair. Mr. Bell later added that “Joe’s customer service orientation and successful selling record complement our desire to expand our repair and overhaul services and parts development and distribution. We expect that Joe will be very busy over the next few years.”
AeroRepair, founded in 1994, is a Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) and European Aviation Safety Administration (“EASA”) certified repair station headquartered in Londonderry, NH, USA. AeroRepair specializes in the repair and overhaul of brake and wheel assemblies and landing gear for commercial and military aircraft, regional airlines, general aviation and corporate aircraft. The Company also manufactures replacement or modified aircraft parts under an FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) certification through its sister company Hemico, Inc. In addition, AeroRepair maintains a large pool of rotable assets and critical aircraft components that are available on an exchange basis to facilitate time-sensitive repairs. (www.AeroRepairCorp.com) or (www.Hemicoinc.com).