ROTORLINK TECHNICAL SERVICES ADDS PAUL COCKELL TO ITS TEAM
The company is well-positioned for growth in 2019
DELTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, January 1, 2019 - RotorLink Technical Services announces the addition of Paul Cockell to its team. Paul is an experienced aeronautics executive with strong leadership capabilities and a proven ability to build relationships, streamline processes and add value for stakeholders at all levels. As a member of the team, he will help RotorLink thrive in the current global market environment.
Paul Cockell brings 36 years of aeronautics experience and 20 years of hands-on management experience to his new role. He previously held leadership positions at Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services North America, MTU Maintenance Canada and Rolls Royce Canada. He was also on the Board of Directors of Airbus Helicopter Canada.
“Paul’s extensive industry experience will help us expand our business into new markets while continuing to focus on delivering the high-quality components and excellent customer service our clients expect from us,” says Dave Bohonis, Founder and President of RotorLink. “He is versatile and able to speak to all levels within an organization.
RotorLink’s network is its strength and the key to its success. Maintaining existing relationships and building new partnerships will position the company to expand its client base and offer a higher level of service across the board. In addition, a larger network means access to more of the high-quality parts clients request as well as access to the experts who can install and service them.
Founded in 2004, RotorLink Technical Services (https://rotorlink.com) offers innovative solutions for all aspects of the rotor wing industry. The company specializes in the procurement, sale, exchange and distribution of Bell and Airbus/Eurocopter parts and maintains extensive civilian and military customers that allow it to stay current in the industry. RotorLink is a dynamic global company with a reputation for quality service and on-time delivery.
For more information on Paul Cockell’s appointment in particular or on RotorLink in general, please call (604) 628-8188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org