STG Aerospace appoints two new regional sales managers

AMDecember16News - STG
AMDecember16News - STG

STG Aerospace, aircraft cabin lighting specialist, has announced that it is expanding its global sales team with two new key appointments. The new regional sales managers, Robert Keepers, based in Dallas TX and Theresa Härtel, based in Germany, will join the US and EMEA sales teams respectively.

Before taking up his new role, Keepers worked for Panasonic Avionics Corporation advancing in a number of roles since first joining the company in 2000. Most recently, as marketing account manager Keepers worked directly with airlines in Central/South America, coordinating the promotion and installation of the company’s in-flight entertainment systems.

Commenting on his new role, Keeper said: “STG Aerospace is a real force for innovation in the cabin lighting sector and I’m really looking forward to playing a lead role in promoting the many benefits of their entire product range right across the growing US market.”

Härtel will be joining the company from UTC Aerospace Systems where, as product sales manager – Europe, Middle East and Africa, she was responsible for initiating and leading sales campaigns for the company’s Interiors Business Unit. Prior to that, she worked for one of UTC’s subsidiaries, Goodrich Lighting Systems, as program manager – worldwide aftermarket.

Härtel commented: “I’m delighted to be joining such an innovative and successful company as STG Aerospace. I’m very much looking forward to applying my skills to building new business across the EMEA region.”

Marcus Williams, global sales and marketing director for STG Aerospace, added: “Both new appointments reflect the ongoing success that we’re developing worldwide. Robert and Theresa have precisely the skills and experience we seek out to continue to help drive our growth and we are delighted to welcome them to our world class team.”

www.stgaerospace.com

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