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Hadid International Services appoint new CEO

Posted 4 November 2015 · Add Comment

Brian Culver will be taking the position of CEO at Hadid International Services as of November 4.

Culver is assuming this position with Hadid as the company heads in a new direction with global expansions that will be built on the significant aviation experience he brings to the company. 

While undergoing dynamic organisational structural changes, the company has formed new branches and global subsidiaries.  Culver will be managing the global scale company, bringing with him his focus on value, quality and experience. 

Culver said: “I am thrilled to partner with Hadid’s dedicated board, committed staff and much valued partners to increase our impact in service of our collective future. Hadid provides the ideal leadership opportunity to marry my passion for exceptional service with my proven record of increased organisational performance and effective market impact. Working alongside our partners and our ground supervisors, we will achieve our objective of success and building towards a sustainable future.” 

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