ALEXANDRE BRUN TAKES OVER FROM PATRICK LECER AT THE HEAD OF TARMAC AEROSAVE
posted the : 07.01.2022
TARMAC Aerosave, Group expert for aircraft & engine storage, transition, maintenance and recycling, has announced the nomination of Alexandre Brun as president, as of 1 January 2022. He succeeds Patrick Lecer, who has stepped down for personal reasons.
An expert in aircraft engines takes control of TARMAC Aerosave
Alexandre Brun comes directly from Safran, a Group he joined in 1990 and where he created and managed various operational entities in the areas of production and maintenance. A graduate of ISAE-Supméca (French school of mechanical and digital engineering), of the École Normale Supérieure of Cachan and of HEC business school, he has managed teams of up to 600 employees in France and abroad, in particular Morocco and India. Until the end of 2021, he was director of civil engine maintenance at the Safran Aircraft Engines site in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
His experience in the field of aircraft propulsion is a key asset for TARMAC Aerosave at a time when the Group is implementing a development strategy towards the storage, maintenance and recycling of engines.
“I’m joining TARMAC Aerosave with great motivation, to pursue a development strategy which has fully proven its relevance and which is based on solid foundations. The heritage passed down to me is rich and the projects initiated by my predecessor are many. I am very proud to help propel TARMAC Aerosave to new heights thanks to essential fuels of know-how, team expertise, innovation and customer satisfaction.” said the new president.
A track record of growth, adaptability and profile raising
Patrick Lecer, at the helm of TARMAC Aerosave since 2019, stepped down on 31 December 2021 to devote himself to personal projects.
During his term as president, he gave absolute priority to the growth of the Group. “He has played his full part in developing a Group whose operational performance and financial strength have been raised to the best industry standards." according to representatives of shareholders Airbus Group, Safran Aircraft Engines and Suez.
Patrick Lecer’s management will be remembered for the measures he has taken to adapt the organization of TARMAC Aerosave in a period of unprecedented health crisis, notably developing storage capacities at the Group's various sites.
Patrick Lecer also enabled TARMAC Aerosave to strengthen its reputation both at home and abroad, thanks the Group's participation in numerous events and regular media coverage.
"Of TARMAC Aerosave I will remember an extraordinary team spirit, world-famous expertise and, on a personal level, extremely rewarding years. Because TARMAC Aerosave concentrates all the expertise that I have encountered in my professional life, whether in the world of aircraft manufacturers, MRO or as part of my previous experience.It is truly unique. I would like to thank the teams from the three sites, our shareholders and our customers for their confidence. " he said.