Duncan Aviation appointed an 18-year veteran of the company, Adam Beach, to the position of sales representative for the paint and interior sales team last week (February 7), at its new facility in Provo, Utah.
Duncan Aviation opens its third full-service facility, with the expansion of the facility in Provo. The first aircraft arrived on January 4, 2019—a Global for its 120-month inspection—and with that, aircraft began rolling into the first new 43,000-square-foot hangar for a variety of work.
Nate Klenke, manager of completion and modification service sales, said: “Adam has provided the necessary leadership to prepare for the expansion and opening of our new hangars in Provo. I am excited to have Adam as a part of the Sales team and look forward to utilizing his leadership skills in the sales environment as we continue to expand services to meet customer needs and grow the Duncan Aviation footprint.”
A Falcon 2000 is already in Provo for an inspection, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) installation, and an engine change. A second Falcon 2000 is there for its three-year-airframe inspection and engine change, and a Cessna 750 is there for a dual engine change.
Mr Beach said: “I’m looking forward to supporting the company and our customers in a new role. Now, I’ll learn new aspects of the company, working with the Lincoln and Battle Creek sales teams, to help customers receive accurate and comprehensive quotes for the services they need, as well as excellent support before and after the work.”
Leadership and managing the technical side of the business are not new to Mr Beach after fulfilling various leadership and technical roles at Duncan Aviation for the last decade, sales will be a new area of experience for him.