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Vector Aerospace hires new regional sales managers for Asia and Europe

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Source: AviTrader

Vector Aerospace has hired two new regional sales managers to join the Vector rotary-wing sales team to grow business in both Asia and Europe. Regional Sales Manager, Asia – Lewis Ho was previously a Business Development and Sales Director for UTC Aerospace Systems Aerostructures Division selling reverse thrusters, pylons and other polymer products for commercial and military fixed-wing aircraft. Regional Sales Manager, Europe – Matjaz Zaccaria, a former Customer Support and Service Manager for AgustaWestland Helicopters, was the key account manager for International and European offshore operators such as Bristow Helicopters, Bel Air Aviation with a number of AW139s currently in operation supporting also the AW189 helicopter entry into service.



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