Fri, Oct 20, 2006
Garmin has just named Justin Chen as
their Manager, Asia Aviation Sales and Support at Garmin's
Singapore subsidiary. In this newly created position, Chen will be
responsible for the sales and support of Garmin's aviation products
in Asia. Chen will be based in Singapore and will report directly
to Carl Wolf, Garmin's senior director, aviation marketing and
"This new addition to the Garmin team underscores our commitment
to maintaining award-winning product support worldwide," said Gary
Kelley (pictured below), Garmin's vice president of marketing.
"Justin's extensive aviation background and leadership experience
will allow us better position ourselves to meet the current and
future growth of our aviation products and programs in Asia."
Chen has over twenty-five years of experience in the aviation
industry. Prior to joining Garmin, Chen worked at Honeywell for
eighteen years where he served as an international field service
engineer responsible for on-site technical support for Honeywell's
business, regional and general aviation avionics in Asia. Chen has
also held positions at Delta Aviation, Airfast Services Pte. Ltd.,
and Heli-Orient Pte. Ltd.
Chen holds a Technical Education Council Diploma in Aerospace
Studies, and a United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority Aircraft
Maintenance Engineers License.
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