Avcorp announces appointment of new Chief Executive Officer

Avcorp Industries Inc.  announces that effective April 19, 2018, Peter George has decided to resign his role as CEO of Avcorp Group.

The Board has appointed Amandeep Kaler, currently the General Manager of Avcorp’s Delta operations, as the new CEO of Avcorp Group.

Peter George will remain on the Board as a non-executive member and will now chair the executive committee to support the transition with Amandeep Kaler and to remain focused on customers and strategy.

Amandeep’s appointment is an exciting milestone in the succession planning at Avcorp. Amandeep is a recognized leader in the aerospace industry. As General Manager of Avcorp’s Delta operations, Amandeep had full P&L responsibility. During his tenure as General Manager Avcorp Delta has achieved excellent delivery and quality performance with all its customers. His 18 years of organizational experience across all disciplines uniquely positions him to lead Avcorp into its next phase of growth.

The company’s Board of Directors wishes to thank Peter George for his contribution to the company and his inspiring leadership. Since joining the Avcorp leadership team in October of 2014 as CEO, Peter swiftly aligned Avcorp’s vision and strategy. In so doing, Peter was instrumental in growing contractual backlog for Avcorp. He also led the acquisition of the Company’s new Composites aerospace business in Gardena, California.


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