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SR Technics appoints Deputy CEO and Deputy CFO

Posted 13 July 2017 · Add Comment

MRO service provider SR Technics, that has offices in the Middle East, has appointed Jianfeng (Jeff) Hu as Deputy CEO and Yujie (Jessy) Zheng as Deputy CFO. Both will join the SR Technics leadership team, with the Deputy CEO reporting directly to the CEO and the Deputy CFO to the CFO.

Hu has extensive experience in aviation maintenance and aircraft engineering, and he previously served as Vice President of Tianjin Airlines.  Zheng joins SR Technics from the Grand China Aviation Maintenance Corporation, where she was the company’s CFO.

Jeremy Remacha, SR Technics CEO, said: “I am delighted to welcome Jeff and Jessy to SR Technics and further strengthen our Leadership Team. Both bring a wealth of experience in the aviation industry which will be a great asset in developing our business further. On behalf of the Leadership Team, I would like to wish Jeff and Jessy all the best in their new roles.”

Yujie (Jessy) Zheng

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