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Chromalloy appoints new EMEA director

Posted 3 November 2014 · Add Comment

Bas Hendriksen has joined Chromalloy as the company's EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Account Manager.

 Previously Hendriksen was regional sales director at Zodiac Aircraft Interior Systems, responsible for the Middle East, North Africa and France accounts. Earlier he was director, sales & product development, at Norbain Benelux. 
Prior to that, he was Project Manager at Vehicle Communication Systems Thomson CSF / Thales. 
Hendriksen holds a bachelor of business administration in aviation management from the University of West Virginia and a bachelor’s degree in communications and media from the University of Amsterdam. 
He is a type-rated commercial pilot with multi-engine and instrument ratings and a certified flight instructor as well as being a certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
 

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