Raisbeck Engineering Welcomes New Sales Director Nick Lyle

posted on 18th December 2019 by Eddie Saunders
Raisbeck Engineering Welcomes New Sales Director Nick Lyle

Raisbeck Engineering, Inc., a leading provider of performance enhancement systems for business and commercial aircraft, has announced the appointment of Nick Lyle as Director of Sales. Lyle is responsible for overseeing the company’s sales initiatives, dealer support, onsite dealer technical and sales training and contributing to the company’s overall strategic direction.

In a move to strengthen Raisbeck’s steadily growing sales and worldwide dealer support network, Lyle comes to Raisbeck with a strong background in MRO sales, modification and avionic sales, spares sales, and an extensive product knowledge and commitment to providing quality service.

We are thrilled to welcome Nick to Raisbeck Engineering,” said Lynn Thomas, Raisbeck Engineering President. “He is an excellent fit for our sales team, well-respected and well-connected in the industry and I am confident his passion for the business and experience will have a positive impact on the growth of the company. The experience he has gained in past leadership roles and his natural ability to develop long lasting relationships within the aviation industry will prove invaluable to our dealers and business associates at Raisbeck.”

Nick Lyle brings to Raisbeck almost 14 years of sales and purchasing experience gained in the execution of selling aircraft modifications and aircraft spares for Domestic and International customers. Lyle joins Raisbeck from Commuter Air Technology where he was Senior Manager of MRO Sales, responsible for developing and improving new business relationships for aircraft modifications and aircraft spares programs. He also led STC and MRO sales and was instrumental in their expanded growth.

Prior to his role at Commuter Air Technology, Lyle worked in multiple Sales and Purchasing roles for Jet Service Enterprises and Ray Albright Steel Products where he honed his skill set for negotiating price and contract terms for major purchases and programs.