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Eolane appoints Tony Quinchon as Director of its new Aeronautic-Defense and Railway Business Unit.

Eolane, french leader in professional industrial electronic services and connected solutions is rethinking its organization by creating a Business Unit for its Aeronautic, Defense and Railway related activities. This new Business Unit will be directed by Tony Quinchon and aims to meet the specific requirements of these markets to reinforce the group’s position in France and internationally.

2017 will remain a crucial step for Eolane with the arrival of a new investor and a new corporate governance. The transformation of the group continues with a refocus on the EMS activity (Electronic Manufacturing Services).

A new Business Unit “Aero-Defense & Railway”

plane pictureThe Eolane group has been present since its beginnings on the Aeronautic, Defense and Railway markets. Which is why the company is choosing to concentrate its skills in a dedicated Business Unit and appoints Tony Quinchon to run this activity. He will be under the direction of Marc Pasquier, member of the board of director.

The creation of this Business Unit is all about developing and exceptional relationship and strengthening the partnership with our clients. Thus, we will always be a step ahead; that will allow us to pick up new markets share on these strategic segments that are the Aeronautic, the Defense and Railway markets

declares Tony Quinchon, Director of the Business Unit.

This new organization and the creation of this Business Unit also comes as a response to the clients’ demands. They expect and industrial service more and more effective (product quality, delivery) and an organization ready to face the industrial and technological challenges of tomorrow.

Tony Quinchon, 9 years of career at Eolane

Tony Quinchon graduated with a Master’s Degree in Project Management. He began his career working for a car parts manufacturer for seven years, where he has been appointed successively Product engineer and Production Manager. He joined Eolane in 2008 and took part in the development of the Automobile activities of the group and of the microelectronic technology. His expertise allowed him to become Manager of the Commercial and Purchase forces at éolane Angers, and then Director of the production sites of Roncq and Angers.

As Manager of the Aeronautic-Defense & Railway Business Unit, my mission is to define and implement a commercial and industrial strategy in order to fully satisfy our customers’ expectations” he explains. “We will develop our flexibility to answer them in the most pertinent, proactive and bold manner. The satisfaction of our clients and prospects, by supplying them with the perfect solution that answers their needs is at the heart of this new organization.