B&H Worldwide appoints Reg Echeumuna as vice president – Americas

London Heathrow-headquartered aerospace logistics provider B&H Worldwide has named Reg Echeumuna as its new vice president – Americas.
He will be based in the company’s Miami facility.
“The appeal of this role is the opportunity to play a direct lead in further building up the US operation of such a strong niche operator,” Echeumuna enthused.
“I will be working closely with our teams in Miami and Los Angeles to both develop new business and grow our existing key accounts in the aerospace market.”
He continued: “We have a unique service offering in the US with the full set of LLP (limited liability partnership) services we are able to deliver to our customers. Control Tower, end-to-end financial and KPI (key performance indicator) performance monitoring combined with customised management and all supported by our OnTrack IT system; that sets us apart from other companies.”
Senior regional director, Doug Coull, to whom Echeumuna reports, observed that his new charge’s “ideas and management skills will be a great asset as we target the business of Tier 1 and 2 airlines, budget airlines and SME MROs (small and medium-sized enterprise maintenance, repair and overhaul companies) alongside the major aircraft parts suppliers we have already been successfully working with for many years”.

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