Wed, Jan 12, 2005
Opens New Sales Center in Russia
Cirrus Design Corporation has
appointed a new sales center in Russia. Officially named Cirrus
Russia, the new sales center is based in Moscow and is charged with
the primary responsibility of bolstering Cirrus' sales activity in
Russia and The Ukraine. Directing that activity will be aviation
veteran Alexey Khimichev.
"We look forward to working with Alexey and his Cirrus trained
team, as we expand Cirrus' presence in the region" stated John M.
Bingham executive vice president of sales and marketing for Cirrus.
"Establishing a sales center in Russia is another important step in
our rapidly expanding global strategy."
In order to fully support aircraft sales throughout the region,
Cirrus Russia will become an authorized service center. "Offering
qualified factory-trained service in the region to support the
aircraft sold is one reason that Cirrus continues have broad
international appeal", said Customer Relations Vice President Ian
Cirrus promises more announcements on sales center appointments
as the company pursues its goal of becoming the world's largest
manufacturer of personal aviation aircraft. Cirrus has already
established sales centers in Europe (The Netherlands, France,
United Kingdom, Scandinavia and Spain), Australia (also serving New
Zealand), South America, South Africa, The Caribbean and
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