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Airline Services Appoints Regional Sales Manager - Middle East

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Airline Services Ltd has appointed a Regional Sales Manager dedicated to the Middle East as it looks to grow its customer base in the region. Canadian-born Graham Mills, who has many years experience working in the region, has joined the company from Greiner PURtec in Austria where he led sales efforts over the past 13 years.

Airline Services already works with several leading Gulf airlines and MRO organisations and the company is keen to widen its support activity. Headquartered at Manchester Airport, UK, Airline Services Ltd, established over 25 years ago, is a leading provider of support services to the airline industry in the UK, providing aircraft exterior washing, carpet manufacture and installation, interior cleaning, aviation laundry, seat cover and curtain manufacture and maintenance. ASL provides de-icing services to more than 50 domestic and international carriers across nine of the UKs major airports.

We see a great market over in the Middle East because there arent any companies in the sector that embrace all the expertise we do, said Graham Mills.

 He will also be looking to generate sales interest in Airline Services IFE products. These are the ASL 175 AeroScreen, a 17.5 High Definition-ready Monitor, designed and developed in-house by ASLs own engineering team and its all new digital Audio and Video Delivery Unit called AeroStream. AeroStream is a compact, digital, multi-channel device is a new-generation replacement for the heavy and outdated tape systems.

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