Able Aerospace Services recently announced the promotion of Jeff Miller to vice president of Global Business Development, underscoring the company’s commitment to the global fixed-wing industry. Most immediately, this includes fully capitalizing on Able’s world-leading Boeing 747 capabilities (with the world’s largest 747 exchange inventory) and globally certified plating services. It also includes a focus on Able’s complete engine mount program and state-of-the-art, in-house cold spray technology.
“Jeff has earned a global reputation for his airline and MRO knowledge, and his relentless commitment to provide the best value benefit to our clients,” said Able Aerospace Services CEO and president, Lee Benson. “We couldn’t be more pleased with his contributions as part of our ownership team, and we look forward to his leadership in extending Able’s solutions into new areas of the world.”
As vice president of Global Business Development, Miller is charged with expanding Able’s fixed-wing overhaul, repair and PMA presence in Europe, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia. This includes an assurance to serve the Boeing 747 for the life of the fleet through a staff of more than 450 experts and the world’s largest inventory of Boeing 747 spares and exchanges. It also includes growing awareness of Able’s certified capabilities – all supported by global certifications from FAA, EASA, ANAC, CAAC, and representing services that many companies in the U.S. and Europe no longer provide.
“There are constant opportunities for our industry to save money and improve the way it operates fleets, while still maintaining the absolute highest commitment to quality and safety,” said Miller. “I’m eager to champion that message – whether it’s supporting the 747 through its sundowning period or meeting new areas of international need, such as our 100 percent in-house plating technologies, engine mount programs and other certified, proprietary repairs.”
Miller joined Able in 2007, most recently serving as Business Development Manager in charge of fixed- and rotor-wing sales, business development and operations to ensure the highest quality standards and customer satisfaction. Prior to Able, Miller served for 17 years with United Airlines in positions ranging from production supervisor and Aircraft Maintenance Oversight manager to program manager for Vendor Component Maintenance.