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Airbus Defence and Space appoints four new Executive Committee members

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Airbus Defence and Space has appointed Jana Rosenmann, Grazia Vittadini, Bernhard Brenner and Peter Weckesser as new executive committee members.

Airbus Defence and Space has been working in recent months on a functional organisation that lays the foundation for its future competitive set-up. 

The new organisation focusses on four programme lines: Military Aircraft, Space Systems, CIS (Communications, Intelligence and Security) and Unmanned Aerial Systems. The latter was added as a result of the strategy update and is led by Jana Rosenmann.

“We have assembled a strong leadership team that is committed to generating future growth and securing global competitiveness of our defence and space business,” said Dirk Hoke, chief executive officer of Airbus Defence and Space. “I am particularly satisfied that we have been able to diversify and rejuvenate our top management team with these appointments. The expertise, agility and dedication of the new team will help us to focus on and to achieving our strategy objectives.”

 

 

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