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New acting president and CEO for Alsalam Aerospace Industries

Posted 27 January 2020 · Add Comment

Alsalam Aerospace Industries has appointed Karl E. Jeppesen as Acting President and CEO, starting on 12 January, 2020.

 

Jeppesen has nearly three decades of experience in supplier management across the aerospace industry. Jeppesen was the vice president of Supply Chain for Boeing Defense, Space & Security, based in Arlington, Virginia.

 

Jeppesen said: "It is a pleasure and honor for me to be leading the work force of the Company, which includes a variety of qualified and competent workers who can overcome all difficulties – hoping that we’d be up to expectations of the Company’s Board of Directors and that we’d work together with Company employees to achieve goals and aspirations of Saudi Vision 2030 relating to localizing of military industries.”

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