TULSA, OKLA., FEB. 27 – The NORDAM Group has named Brian Beair as director of Aircraft Asset Management. Beair, reporting to Meredith Siegfried, vice president of Global Sales and Marketing, will oversee the procurement, placement and sale of rotables to support NORDAM’s worldwide repair divisions.
"Brian Beair is a great fit for NORDAM. He has extensive experience in the commercial aviation market," Ms. Siegfried said, "and his strong leadership will further our commitment to providing timely, reliable rotable support for our customers."
Beair spent the previous 15 years at American Airlines managing production and inventory controls. He has an extensive background in project management, international inventory planning, loans/borrows/leases and exchanges, as well as inventory pooling. Prior to his tenure at American Airlines, Beair spent seven years at Rockwell International in quality assurance and production control positions.
A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Beair holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He has since furthered his education through MBA courses at Colorado State University.
The NORDAM Group, headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., is one of the largest independently owned aerospace companies in the world. NORDAM designs, certifies and manufactures integrated propulsion systems, nacelles and thrust reversers for business jets. In addition, NORDAM manufactures interior shells, custom cabinetry, radomes, and aircraft transparencies such as cabin windows, wing tip lenses and simulator screens. It is also one of the world’s largest third-party providers of maintenance, repair and overhaul services to the military, commercial airline and air freight markets. The company employs approximately 2,300 people around the globe, with facilities in the U.S., England, Wales and Singapore. Additional information is available at www.nordam.com.