6-Oct-2013 Source: Avinco
Effective October 1st, Aubrey Point replaced Peter Dahm as Vice President Helicopters at AVINCO.
Peter Dahm has been winding down his work with AVINCO to conclude his career with a consultancy activity. He will continue to support AVINCO’s Helicopter team with a project based advisory role.
Aubrey Point, who has been with AVINCO since 2006, has been appointed Vice President Helicopters after demonstrating his strong capabilities, drive and business acumen.
Aubrey worked as Sales and Support Manager for Eurocopter, based in South East Asia until end of 2006 in charge of governmental and civilian customers in Thailand, Hong Kong and China. He began his career in 1999 as trader and manager in various industries (luxury, commodities and High Tech) in charge of worldwide markets.
Further to 10 years of steady growth for AVINCO, Aubrey will be central to the company’s new consolidation strategy and set the pace for new business developments.
AVINCO is in the process of adding to its dynamic team with helicopter sales representatives based in South East Asia and Brazil, and an additional marketing executive to be based at its European headquarters in Monaco. AVINCO is also recruiting a sales & logistics executive for its growing helicopter Spares Parts activity based in Germany.
“I am grateful for the many years of work that Peter has contributed to the company, ” Chief Executive François Gautier says, “He has been instrumental in successfully positioning AVINCO as a leader in the helicopter industry and his expertise will of course continue to be valuable for AVINCO in his new consultancy role .”
“The results we have delivered to the market in the past few months and recent business expansion plans mark the launch of a new era for AVINCO.” Gautier continues, “We’ve built a very strong and energetic team over the years and are integrating new services with a fresh vision, spirit and drive. To pursue this success it is imperative that we continue to consolidate and build up our outstanding sales team, and stay finely tuned to today’s market.”