Industry on the move: Duncan Aviation and Aero Asset make appointments
Duncan Aviation has appointed Brian Foersch as Bombardier service sales representative at the company’s MRO in Lincoln, Nebraska. In his new position, Foersch will be coordinating maintenance transactions for the Global and Challenger series.
“I’m excited to broaden my role here at Duncan Aviation, as well as serving our customers on a different level,” said Foersch. “Coming from the engine side of Duncan Aviation, I believe my knowledge of multiple engine platforms will benefit our customer by either fielding questions or providing them with the information they need to create an accurate proposal.”
Duncan Aviation Airframe Services sales manager Troy Nail said: “Foersch’s experience and customer services will play a vital role with clientele interactions and negotiations during his sales role.”
Foersch served five years in the United States Marine Corps before joining Duncan Aviation. He started as an engine technician and over the past seven years has held positions of engine lead tech and engine line team leader for Rolls Royce, Pratt & Whitney, and Williams Engines. Foersch has a Bachelor’s Degree in Project Management from Bellevue University and an Associate Degree in Aviation Maintenance from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
Elsewhere, Jim Morford has left AMSTAT to pursue a new opportunity at Aero Asset. Morford has been a customer account manager at AMSTAT for the past 14 years. Andrew Young, general manager, AMSTAT said: “As a valued member of the AMSTAT family, we are saddened to say goodbye but excited to see him fulfil his dream of transitioning into aircraft sales. We hope you join us in wishing Jim success in his new endeavour.”