CLEVELAND, Ohio, Feb. 4, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Cee-Bee(R) Innovative Aviation Chemistry, a division of McGean-Rohco, Inc., appoints Mr. Patrice Lallement to the position of Global Business Manager and Chief Commercial Officer Aviation.
According to Dickson L. Whitney, Jr., President, CEO, "Patrice joins our company at a time of great opportunity and accomplishment and brings to us a strong technical and business background in the commercial aviation markets."
Lallement received his MS and BS in Aerospace Engineering at ENSICA Toulouse, France and his Executive MBA at Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management. Lallement was recently employed by Saint-Gobain as Business Development and Marketing Manager for its Aerospace products and developed a successful start-up business making innovative countertop materials using recycled content.
A U.S. citizen, born in France, Lallement has a proven track record of developing and marketing high value added engineered components for the aerospace industry. He has worked with leading aircraft manufacturers through various components and applications. With sales offices and distributors in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Asia, Lallement will lead the sales and marketing teams and drive the strategic growth of Cee-Bee products worldwide. Lallement has been living in the U.S. for over 15 years and resides in Hudson, Ohio with his wife Stephanie and their three children.
Cee-Bee Innovative Aviation Chemistry is supplied worldwide through an international network of marketing partners, subsidiaries and licensees. Our international presence ensures that the same Cee-Bee quality, service and technology are available anywhere in the world.
Cee-Bee Innovative Aviation Chemistry is a division of McGean-Rohco, Inc., a specialty chemical manufacturing company in Cleveland, Ohio. More information: http://www.mcgean.com/ceebee.htm .
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