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Ge Aerospace: resignation of the CCO

Announcement after completion of splitting General Electric into three companies

The Chief Commercial Officer of GE Aerospace, the compagny of the US General Electric Group specialized in the production of aircraft engines, will leave his position starting from June 2024, but will remain in the capacity of advisor. This is John Slattery, 55 years old, industry veteran and former commercial director of the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer, who in 2020 moved to the American Group as head of the Aviation unit.

This was announced in recent hours by the CEO of General Electric, Larry Culp, thanking him for his "deep expertise in the sector and acute and strategic attention to the customer, which have made Ge Aerospace stronger, in a period of transition in which the company was transformed into an autonomous public company", on read in a post published on social networks.

Slattery has revealed he plans to embark on a "new chapter" in his professional life. His exit from General Electric was announced just days after the Group officially completed its split into three companies, marking the end of a conglomerate that had lasted for about 130 years. In fact, in 2021 a reorganization was announced which involved the split of various business units to create three autonomous entities, each with a new name: Ge Aerospace (aviation), Ge Vernova (energy), Ge Healthcare (healthcare).

On the same topic, see also the article published by AVIONEWS.

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