Gulfstream adds three field sales reps in Latin America
Gulfstream Aerospace has added three field service representatives (FSRs) to its customer service team in Latin America. Alexandre Nunes Pereira and João De Toni joined the company in São Paulo Brazil, and Gerardo Tellez in based in Toluca, Mexico. All three report to Bill Fuger, senior manager, Field Service Operations, Gulfstream.
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The company now has more than 50 FSRs who act as liaisons to Gulfstream customers and operators.
“We now have five FSRs that cover Latin America. We have enhanced our team with the addition of Alexandre, João and Gerardo.”
Mitch Choquette, vice president, Customer Support at Gulfstream said: “We now have five FSRs that cover Latin America. We have enhanced our team with the addition of Alexandre, João and Gerardo. Their technical expertise and knowledge of their respective regions are tremendous resources for our customers.”
Pereira joined Gulfstream after a 15-year career at Embraer, where he spent more than three years as an FSR in Latin America. Other positions he held include repair analyst and technical support engineer.
De Toni’s aviation career spans more than 25 years, including the last 11 as an FSR specializing in avionics technical support for Honeywell Aerospace in South America. His clients included several Gulfstream operators.
Tellez spent the last four years as director of maintenance for a Toluca-based charter company that operates a G550.