Industry Round-up, July 6, 2018


AVweb‘s news roundup this week includes reports of a new Vice President of Marketing and Sales at Dynon, a collaboration between Derichebourg Atis aronautique and Hi-Fly Marketing and a special Oshkosh deal from Aerox. Dynon announced on Friday that Randy Lervold will join the company as their Vice President of Marketing and Sales. Lervold is coming to Dynon after nine years with highly successful backcountry aircraft manufacturer CubCrafters, where he worked as general manager and then president of the company. He previously held senior leadership roles at several consumer electronics companies and brings more than three decades of executive leadership experience and brand building to Dynon.

Overseas, French aeronautics subcontractor Derichebourg Atis aronautique has announced that it will be working with Hi-Fly Marketing, a South African aviation services firm. The companies will be collaborating to offer improved after-sales support services—including airworthiness management, customer representation and delivery assistance, and technical assistance—to African airlines. Finally, Shaw Aerox Aviation Oxygen Systems will be offering 20 percent off of list prices for all Aerox portable oxygen systems and components purchased during the EAA Air Venture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 23 – 29, 2018. The company will also be displaying its latest technologies and products at the event.