SKYTRAC Appoints VP Sales Jan van der Heul

SKYTRAC Systems is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jan van der Heul as VP Sales reporting to the CEO. Mr. Van der Heul joins SKYTRAC from CHC Helicopter where he led a global team of key account managers that was responsible for a helicopter oil & gas portfolio representing over $1 Billion in services revenue. His sales successes extend across the world including Norway, the Netherlands, Australia, Latin America, Asia, numerous African countries, and Canada.

“Jan van der Heul brings strong international sales abilities and commercial experience which are ideally suited to SKYTRAC’s sales and business development strategies. We are delighted to welcome him to the team,” states SKYTRAC CEO Stephen Sorocky.

Mr. Van der Heul joins an executive team with a breadth of experience in the aviation and aerospace sectors including Mr. Sorocky, long-time President Malachi Nordine, and VP Finance Jon Henderson. Former VP Sales Brian O’Flynn continues to pursue strategic sales opportunities and work on the critical development of the SKYTRAC hardware sales channels in his new position as VP Business Development.

 

Connect with the SKYTRAC Executive Team at HAI Heli-Expo Booth 2300

Visit SKYTRAC this March 1-3 at HAI HELI-EXPO in Louisville, Kentucky and learn about the latest in flight data management technologies for increasing business efficiency, driving safety initiatives, and streamlining quality assurance programs. Connect with CEO Stephen Sorocky, VP Sales Jan Van der Heul and the rest of the SKYTRAC team at booth 2300.

Book a meeting online at http://www.skytrac.ca/whats-new/ or learn more at one of the following SKYTRAC co-hosted educational sessions:

COMMUNICATING SAFETY TO THE C-LEVEL EXECUTIVE
Mar. 1, 2016 | 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm | C205
Professional Development Credit: FAA AMT and WINGS programs credit

HFDM 101: HELICOPTER FLIGHT DATA MONITORING “UNPLUGGED”
Mar. 2, 2016 | 8:00 am – 9:00 am | C104
Professional Development Credit: FAA AMT and WINGS programs credit