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Panasonic Avionics announces new regional vice president for Africa

Posted 26 March 2019 · Add Comment

Panasonic Avionics has announced Tom Eskola as regional vice president and general manager for the Middle East, Central and Southern Asia and Africa (MECSAA) region.

 

Eskola will play a leading role in accelerating and driving top-line annual growth, customer success and overall market share for the region in alignment with the overall business strategies. He will also be responsible for the regional P&L, managing all aspects of sales and marketing, customer service, field engineering, general management and corporate compliance in their regions.

Mark Jennings, chief operating officer at Panasonic Avionics said: “Throughout his career here at Panasonic Avionics, Tom has consistently provided thought leadership with an unwavering commitment to customer success and driving the company’s strategic initiatives. We believe he will bring a track record of success to his position, and that he will provide regional leadership to all employees and facilities in the organisation.”

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