VALENCIA, Calif., Feb. 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Wesco Aircraft Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:WAIR), a leading provider of comprehensive supply chain management services to the global aerospace industry, today announced that it has appointed Daniel C. Snow as executive vice president and chief supply chain officer. Mr. Snow will oversee all of Wesco’s supply chain operations, including strategic sourcing, materials management and procurement.
Mr. Snow joined Wesco Aircraft in July 2015 as executive vice president, strategy and business process development; he will continue to oversee this function in his new role. Mr. Snow succeeds Robert Hanley, who has left the company to pursue other interests.
Dave Castagnola, president and chief executive officer, said, “I am very pleased that Dan will lead this critical role at Wesco. He has many years of strategic supply chain and program management experience, including significant leadership roles at Goodrich/UTC Aerospace Systems. At Wesco, Dan has been instrumental in accelerating the integration of Haas and establishing standard business processes across the company. I believe the time is right to bring his considerable years of experience in the aerospace industry to drive further improvement in our supply chain operations, particularly as we move forward with sales, inventory and operations planning (SIOP) initiatives.”
Castagnola continued, “I would like to thank Robert Hanley for his dedicated service to Wesco. We wish him much success in his future endeavors.”
Prior to joining Wesco, Mr. Snow was vice president and general manager, landing systems, at UTC Aerospace Systems (UTC Aerospace), one of the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and defense products and a division of United Technologies Corp. Mr. Snow joined UTC Aerospace through the acquisition of Goodrich Corporation in 2012. While at Goodrich he served in roles of increasing responsibility in supply chain and program management. He has led strategic planning, business analysis and transformation, product life cycle management, continuous improvement and change management.
Prior to Goodrich, Mr. Snow worked in progressive supply chain and program management leadership positions with Boeing, the Case Corporation and McDonnell Douglas.
Mr. Snow is a graduate of the aerospace management program and holds a master’s in business administration from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto.
About Wesco Aircraft
Wesco Aircraft is one of the world’s largest distributors and providers of comprehensive supply chain management services to the global aerospace industry. The company’s services range from traditional distribution to the management of supplier relationships, quality assurance, kitting, just-in-time delivery and point-of-use inventory management. The company believes it offers one of the world’s broadest portfolios of aerospace products, including chemical, electrical and C-class hardware and comprised of more than 570,000 active SKUs.
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