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AMI strengthens management


Air Menzies International (AMI) has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Stephen Koller to the new post of Executive VP. Koller retains his post as a main board director of Menzies Aviation, AMI’s parent company, with specific responsibility for AMI and Information Technology.
His aviation career began with Ogden Aviation in the USA in 1997, moving to Menzies Aviation in London when it bought Ogden in 2000. Prior to that, Koller worked for 14 years at the International Executive Service Corps, where he was Information Services Director and Treasurer. He has an MBA from Pace University, and a degree in Mathematics and Business from Mercy College.
Based at London Heathrow Airport, Koller now assumes responsibility for the continuing global development of AMI. This role was previously performed by Peter Weir, who recently took over specific responsibility for the USA, where he is now based full-time.
Says Koller: “I am very excited about my new, direct involvement in AMI. Peter has done an excellent job over the past five years, setting us firmly on a path of international expansion. His recent work in the USA, and the vast potential of this market, mean that he is the best man to continue the vitally important task of developing our business there. It’s a measure of the importance we place on the US market that we have now enabled our most senior executive to devote his total energy to it.”
With its Executive VP also seated on the Menzies Aviation board, AMI will now be more clearly recognized as a key element in the future expansion of Menzies Aviation as a whole.
Koller adds: “My challenge is to continue Peter’s great work in bringing AMI to several world markets, and to maintain and accelerate our growth. I will particularly be looking at ways in which we can expand the network of AMI stations into new areas. My systems background will also be helpful in improving our efficiency, and making AMI more accessible and more profitable for customers.”

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