Systems sales manager for VFP Stoney named division Fluid Power international VP at LTV VFP Fluid Power Ltd has established a specialist sales Aerospace Company. division to serve the company's William E. Stoney has been In his new position, Stoney is growing business in hydraulic named vice president – responsible for program systems. Barry Johnson, who international for the Vought identification, strategic joined VFP earlier last year as Missiles and Advanced development and sales efforts worldwide sales executive, has Programs Division of LTV in marketing the division's been promoted to systems sales Aerospace and Defence products internationally. manager. Mr Johnson will be responsible for all hydraulic systems including those for the automotive, aerospace, mining and steel industries and large Sonatest Northern area civil engineering projects. Before joining VFP Fluid manager Power, Mr Johnson was service Kelvin Cook has been manager for Dowty Hydraulic Army before joining Sacol appointed area manager for the Units and has considerable Hydraulics in 1970. He North of England and Wales by experience of hydraulics subsequently spent three years Sonatest Division of Solartron engineering including eleven with Sacol before joining Transducers. He takes over the years in REME with the British Dowty in 1973. responsibility for sales of Sonatest ultrasonic flaw detectors and thickness meters throughout that territory from Manager international Jim Whyte whose promotion to European business manager operations was recently announced. Kelvin is ideally equipped Charles P. Langeland has been logistics support of Howmet's for the task, having worked for promoted to manager- manufacturing operations in the past 4 years – latterly self- international operations for France, the United Kingdom metallurgist, having qualified employed – as an ultrasonic Howmet Turbine Components and Japan. with an HNC in metallurgy. technician with major non Corporation. The His professional qualifications Mr. Langeland joined destructive testing contractors. announcement was made by Howmet in 1967, and he has include Technician Engineer Prior to that time he was and Associate Member of the Ronald L. Ward, vice served in various sales and employed for 13 years as a president-international Institute of Metals. technical support functions. operations. For the past five years, he has In his new position, Mr. been U.S. export sales manager, with responsibility Langeland will be responsible for sales and service provided for sales and service provided MD far Fairey Microfiltrex by Howmet's U.S. operations by the company's U.S. operations to customers to customers outside of North Brian Lynch, B.Sc, Ph.D, has director of Fairey Microfiltrex a America, and for technical and abroad. been appointed managing company which specialises in superfine filtration for the aerospace industry. from Fokker, February 1st, His previous position was as Appointments Fokker Patriot 1986. He will be succeeded by marketing director of Vokes, Mr. Paul van Lent, Program supplying filtration equipment Fokker's Patriot program is has been nominated Patriot- Director F16/Defense Systems to the power generation and now gathering momentum, coordinator purchasing and and Program Director Airbus, marine industries. especially in the materièl production components at Shorts and Aerospace He obtained his degree in division. Fokker. Products. metallurgy at the University of Mr. Leroy Simpson, at The successor to Mr. Mr. Van Lent will be Aston where he was also a present with Fokker Aircraft Engelsma in his present succeeded by Mr. Willy G. Research Fellow. USA, is nominated position, will be named at short Elias, Vice-President Fairey Microfiltrex is based coordinator for timely delivery notice. Aerospace Programs, Products at Fareham, Hampshire and is of components to be delivered Other changes at Fokker are and Services. Mr. Reinder van an operating company within by various US-suppliers. as follows, Mr. Jan F. M. Duinen, Director Space Fairey Holdings, the Mr Ide J. Engelsma, Plant Hovers, Vice-President Division will fill the vacancy left Engineering Sector of Pearson Director Fokker Hoogeveen by Mr. Elias. Corporate Affairs, will retire plc. AIRCRAF T ENGINEERING - February 1986
Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology – Emerald Publishing
Published: Feb 1, 1986
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