Wed, Jul 16, 2003
Atlas Air Names Scott Dolan Chief Operating Officer
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. has appointed of Scott Dolan
as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer.
Dolan, who had served as Vice President
of Operations for the company's Polar Air Cargo Inc. subsidiary, is
now responsible for day-to-day operations at both Atlas Air Inc.
and Polar Air Cargo.
"Scott's leadership and in-depth knowledge of our operations,
his expertise in best practices, and his business acumen will
ensure that we have the proper resources and processes in place to
continue to meet the demands of our customers and operate safely
and efficiently," said Jeff Erickson, President of Atlas Air
Worldwide Holdings. Erickson previously held both the President and
Chief Operating Officer titles.
Dolan first joined Polar Air Cargo in 1999, and later was named
Vice President of Operational Performance and Quality. He also has
served as Vice President of Business Integration, leading the
successful transition of Polar's operations to Purchase (NY), from
Long Beach (CA), earlier this year.
Prior to joining Polar, Dolan held various positions at General
Electric's Lighting and GECAS businesses, focusing on productivity,
efficiency, quality and reliability. He is trained as a Master
Black Belt in GE's Six Sigma quality program. Dolan holds a
bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from
Vanderbilt University and a master's degree in systems, control and
industrial engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
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