GA Telesis Appoints Devin Adderley Vice President of Sales for its MRO Services Group
Fort Lauderdale, Florida – August 8, 2018 – GA Telesis, a leader in commercial aerospace, has announced Devin Adderley as the Vice President of Sales for its MRO Services Group. Reporting to Pastor Lopez, the group president, Adderley will lead a team of seasoned sales leaders to grow GAT’s global customer base and increase market penetration while supporting the larger GAT Ecosystem.
Adderley joins GA Telesis MRO Services, from his previous position of Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Turbine Controls, Inc. Prior to that, he held numerous management and executive positions at Sargent Avborne and Sargent Aftermarket respectively. He earned his MBA from Nova Southeastern University and his BS in Aerospace Electronics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
“I am delighted to have Devin join the team in support of our efforts to have engaged teammates that are empowered to contribute to the success of our customers,” said Pastor. “We are tasked with accelerating our growth in the coming years, while also achieving new heights of customer satisfaction. Devin will play an important role in our mission to expand our Ecosystem,” he added.
In January, the MRO Services Company announced a long-term Repair and Overhaul License Agreement and Parts Supply Agreement with Honeywell. Keeping with its OEM-alignment philosophy, the agreement included repairs of over 175 base part number and line replacement unit (LRU) repair items and sourcing over 1,200 material supply line items from Honeywell Aerospace. Products include electro-mechanical, pneumatic and mechanical LRU’s covering a variety of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer fleet applications. The Company plans to continue its OEM alignment strategy with other OEMs that will allow it to provide OEM approved repairs while using genuine OEM approved materials at competitive rates.
About GA Telesis
GA Telesis is a global provider of integrated aviation solutions serving the aerospace industry. The company’s extensive industrial ecosystem allows it to provide its customers with total solutions related to supply-chain, MRO, finance, aircraft fleet, and technology solutions. Over the past 12 months, GA Telesis, along with its shareholder Tokyo Century Corporation announced over $2.5 billion in new capital initiatives surrounding supply-chain and financial products. Considered a pioneer in the sector, GA Telesis serves over 2,000 customers on six continents worldwide.