GA Telesis Appoints Dave Dicken as Vice President of Airframe Solutions Group

GA Telesis Appoints Dave Dicken as Vice President of Airframe Solutions Group

Fort Lauderdale, Florida – August 15, 2017 – GA Telesis, LLC (“GAT”) announces the appointment of Dave Dicken as Vice President of its Airframe Solutions Group (“ASG”).  ASG is the 2nd largest operating unit within the company’s Component Solutions Group (“CSG”) and has oversight of all global airframe component offerings.  Dave, who previously served as GAT’s Director of Strategic Sourcing, will now be responsible for supporting the airframe component sales and operations teams in the Americas, Europe, Istanbul, Middle East and Asia-Pacific.

Mr. Dicken has over 20 years in the industry and has significant experience in purchasing, operations, asset management and sales. Prior to joining GA Telesis, Dave served in executive roles at Protec, Alaris, Orion Aerospace, Volvo Aero Services and Kellstrom.

“Dave is one of the most knowledgeable and dynamic guys on our team.  He is a veteran sales and trading leader who demonstrates the highest level of ethics and professionalism while working with our customers and leading his team,” said Jason Reed, President of CSG.  “His extensive experience and team centric approach make him a natural leader who is highly capable of achieving success in his new role as leader of our airframe group.”

About GA Telesis

GA Telesis is the global provider of integrated aviation solutions serving the aviation and aerospace industries.  The Company helps its customers achieve higher levels of performance by creating custom-tailored, multi-faceted solutions integrating its financial asset structuring expertise with component supply chain solutions, jet engine, aircraft systems and aerostructures MRO services.  GA Telesis serves over 2,000 customers on six continents supporting all Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft as well as CFM International, General Electric, International Aero Engines, Pratt & Whitney, and Rolls-Royce jet engines. The company recently announced $2 billion in initiatives focusing on new technology commercial jet engines and inventory finance transactions.


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