Aviation People on the Move 23 November 2021

APOC appoints new VP for business development Americas; JSSI appoints VP of business development for Latin America

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APOC appoints new VP for business development Americas: APOC has named Kevin Wall to lead its expansion programme in the Americas. His remit will encompass increasing market share for APOC’s growing leasing and asset acquisition business, alongside the trading and sale of aircraft parts, engines, and landing gear from APOC’s narrowbody aligned portfolio. Previously chief commercial officer and deputy CEO at Dublin Aerospace, Walls’ career encompasses senior sales and engineering roles at Lufthansa Technik and Fokker Aircraft BV. “The new role of Senior VP Business Development – Americas is of strategic importance as we broaden APOC’s global footprint,” said APOC CEO Max Lutje Wooldrik. “Kevin is a highly respected member of the aviation community with a reputation for team motivation and commercial success.  He will be located at our Miami facility in the New Year, and I know he will enjoy the challenges that this multi-faceted market will undoubtedly deliver.”

JSSI appoints VP of business development for Latin America: Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), which provides maintenance support and financial services to the business aviation industry, has appointed David Caporali as vice president of business development for Latin America. Caporali brings more than 15 years of industry experience to the role. In his most recent position as director of aircraft sales at aircraft manufacturer Viking Air Limited, Caporali strengthened regional engagement and sales results by building a strong network of local representatives and advancing institutional relations. Caporali began his career at Lider Aviação, where he specialised in regional sales and distribution of Hawker Beechcraft products in Brazil and North America. “David’s experience building relationships with industry peers, operators, and end users, combined with his depth of business aviation knowledge, particularly in Latin America, place him in an excellent position to lead our sales strategy in the region,” said Francisco Zozaya, senior vice president, global business development & strategy at JSSI. “We feel extremely fortunate to welcome such a talented executive to the business development team as we elevate our service and support to new heights throughout Latin America.”

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