July 13, 2024

Joramco appoints new Vice President of Commercial

Patrick Armstrong, the new Vice President of Commercial

Joramco, the Amman-based aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) facility and engineering arm of Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE), yesterday announced the appointment of Patrick Armstrong as the new Vice President of Commercial, his appointment is a result of the growing business demand.

With over a decade of experience in general management, customer support, marketing, sales, and business development, Armstrong is an aviation professional that has spent most of his professional career working in the Middle East, most specifically in the United Arab Emirates. At Joramco, he will assume responsibility for all commercial activities and continue to build on the growth plan designed to deliver a streamlined customer experience.

Chief Executive Officer, Fraser Currie

Commenting on Armstrong’s appointment, Chief Executive Officer, Fraser Currie said, “Joramco is committed to providing a superior customer experience in its global footprint, and Partick’s appointment is a testament to the actions we take to guarantee it happens. I am confident that his experience will support Joramco’s growth plans”.




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