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New vice president for Shell’s aviation business

Posted 28 May 2019 · Add Comment

Anna Mascolo has been appointed vice president of Shell’s aviation business, taking over from Anne Anderson who is moving to a senior leadership role in Shell’s Chemicals business.

 

“I am so proud of what we have achieved in recent years,” said Anderson. “Shell Aviation is a thriving business in Shell’s portfolio, equipped with the right expertise and resources to offer a diverse suite of solutions for our customers. We have a new footprint through growth in new locations, new supply chains, and we are at the forefront of the industry response to climate change. Through collaboration with external partners, we are providing truly add-value solutions, including our industry-first electric pump jet refuelling vehicles, Shell SkyPad – our digital refuelling data capture technology, and sustainable aviation fuel. The business is in an extremely strong position to help our customers’ businesses progress and succeed.”

Mascolo will take over from Anderson on 1 July 2019.

Anne Anderson

 

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