Spairliners, the component services provider established as a 50-50 joint venture between Lufthansa Technik and AFI KLM E&M, has appointed Thies Moller as its new managing director and CEO.
The Hamburg-based company confirmed Moller took the reins earlier this month from Sven-Uve Hueschler, who is returning to Lufthansa Technik after more than four years heading up the Spairliners operation.
In the new role, Moller will work alongside Spairliners managing director and chief financial officer Benoit Crombois.
Moller, who has been with Lufthansa Technik since 2005, was most recently head of risk management and offer controlling, a role he held since July 2015.
Prior to that, he has also worked in senior positions in key account management and central services and processes.
"This is an exciting time for Spairliners, as the company expands its integrated component care business for Embraer E-Jet aircraft in the Americas,”Moller said in a statement released Friday (Nov. 24).
Spairliners also recently introduced another product to its portfolio: Spairliners Assets Control Enterprise, given the acronym of SPACE, which it said works as a forecasting model for assets.