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Satcom Direct names Evgeniy Pashkov regional director EEMEA

Posted 9 December 2018 · Add Comment

Satcom Direct, the business aviation solutions provider, has appointed Evgeniy Pashkov as regional director for EEMEA.

 

Evgeniy will oversee SD’s sales and business development activities in Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Russia and the CIS, from his Dubai base. Reporting into the SD International VP Michael Skou Christensen,  his responsibilities will include retaining and growing SD’s market share, overseeing customer support services and expanding the service portfolio across the regions.

“SD is a dynamic, innovative business that focuses on delivering customized solutions to our customers and Evgeniy’s approach epitomizes these qualities. We are pleased to promote him from within the business and look forward to seeing him further develop SD in a region that is extremely important to the company,” said Michael Skou Christensen, VP SD International.

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