Big changes at Maritime Aerospace

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There have been big changes at Maritime Aerospace AG. Siblings Roger and Mireille Voemel founded Maritime Aerospace AG in 1996 with their brother Pascal Voemel, and they have decided to sell the majority share of the company after more than 17 years to Hermann Bauer and Carsten Matthiesen.

Hermann Bauer, 46, has more than 25 years of experience in the aviation industry. As an expert in the field of surface technology, he has founded his own consulting company, and has held several leading positions in the commercial and general aviation industry. Carsten Matthiesen, 28, received his Master’s degree in Business Administration from Hamburg School of Business Administration and has more than eight years of experience in the aviation industry. He started his career with Lufthansa Technik AG in Hamburg and later moved forward to a leading position at RUAG Aviation in Munich.

Shareholder Mireille Voemel will remain on the board of the company and her brother, Roger Voemel, will continue to support the new managing shareholders with his experience throughout 2014.

Voemel stated, “I decided to step back from the operational business in order to focus on my hobbies and most importantly to spend more time with my family. I am very confident and thankful to transfer a majority of the shares of Maritime Aerospace AG into the hands of aviation professionals and I wish the new owners all the best for the future. I am sure that Maritime’s well-known flexibility and reliability will be further enhanced.”

Maritime Aerospace AG is located in St. Gallen / Airport Altenrhein and provides interior and exterior services for the commercial and general aviation industry. The company’s product portfolio ranges from seat cover upgrades and cabin window repairs to full cabin refurbishment and helicopter painting. Maritime Aerospace AG is a certified Part 21G EASA Production Organization and a Part 145 EASA Maintenance Organisation.

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