AJW names senior sales director for North America; TracPlus names North America business rep


AJW Group announced the appointment of Tathiana Victoria Rice as senior sales director for North America. Rice’s responsibilities will encompass sales team leadership, accelerating AJW’s revenue through expanding AJW’s presence in the region and contributing to the company’s marketing and business strategies.

Tathiana Victoria Rice.

Rice brings over 15 years of sales and client relationship experience in aviation to AJW. Prior to joining AJW, Rice gained expertise in the Used Serviceable Material (USM) sales, procurement and supply chain environment in the North American region and globally at Airbus / Satair, GA Telesis and Regional Airline Support Group. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering & Computer Science from FAU (Florida Atlantic University).

Rice said “I am honoured to join the world-leading AJW team and help to build on the solid foundation developed over the last 90 years. AJW and the Group’s outstanding MRO facilities, AJW Technique, in Montreal, is perfectly positioned to help customers transform aviation efficiency through smart and agile supply chain solutions and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) solutions that improve component reliability, maximise time on-wing, and reduce direct maintenance costs.“

Agne Noden, director of Business Development at AJW Group, said  “Tathiana is an outstanding addition to our AJW team, as she brings exceptional knowledge and understanding of the North American aviation market and what it takes to deliver exemplary customer service. We welcome Tathiana to her new role and are excited to work with her as we bring her compelling sales and development initiatives to fruition.”

TracPlus names North America business development rep
TracPlus, a global real-time tracking and communications company announced that Dave McGrath, an experienced senior aviation business development and marketing professional, has joined the North American TracPlus business development and sales team. TracPlus offers a real-time tracking and communication platform that enables organisations with multiple assets to track, manage, message, and monitor their resources and personnel, regardless of the mix of aviation, land, and maritime assets – therefore facilitating greater situational awareness and safety.

“Dave immediately inherits sales and business development responsibilities, primarily with North American fixed and rotary-wing fleet operators that we believe will optimally benefit from our product and service portfolio,” said Todd O’Hara, chief sales and marketing officer for TracPlus. “Emphasis will be placed on engaging with operators and developing new opportunities for TracPlus in-aircraft installations such as the RockAIR and AFDAU-T1 and Trotter DataVault ATU units, as well as onboarding clients to the new TracPlus Cloud common operating platform, an off-the-shelf solution that ties together operational information from multiple asset types and multiple communication channels to enable responding agencies to make faster, more informed decisions.”


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