Texaco Press Release - Texaco Global Aviation Marketing Makes Organizational Changes
New Name To Reflect Group's Sphere Of Business Operations
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WEDNESDAY AUGUST 25, 1999.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Aug. 25 - Texaco today announced key organizational changes in its international aviation fuels business that will further strengthen supplier-customer relationships by streamlining international operations and consolidating North American activities. To reflect the changes, the business is being re-named Texaco Global Aviation Marketing (TGAM).
Making the announcement, TGAM President, Paul Daulerio said, "We continuously strive to provide the best possible service to our customers. The organizational changes we are announcing today will enable us to provide our customers around the world with a simpler, more seamless organization to work with. In addition, I believe changing our name to Texaco Global Aviation Marketing better reflects our approach to doing business and will help to reinforce our position as a key player in the global aviation fuel sales market."
Effective September 1:
- TGAM's Singapore office, which handles jet fuel sales in Asia and the Pacific Rim, will be joined with the Group's London office, and group Vice President, John Digby will manage Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, and Pacific Rim marketing activities from London.
- Under the leadership of group Vice President, Ron Grunstein, TGAM's U.S. supply, trading and airline marketing activities, which were previously separate, will be consolidated into one department and led by Scott Cargile, Manager, Supply, Trading and Airline Sales (North America).
- Occupying a new position within Cargile's group, Vance Isenhour, Manager, Airline Sales will focus on fuel sales ¾ predominantly on the U.S. West Coast ¾ to visiting Asian carriers, as well as sales to North American airlines visiting Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Pacific Rim.
Other business units within TGAM are unaffected by today's announcement. Frank Dellapenta, Marketing Manager, North America General Aviation Marketing; Dave Jennings, Regional Manager, Latin America & Caribbean; and Ted Campbell, Manager, Operations, will all continue in their leadership roles.
NOTE TO EDITORS: Texaco has been serving the aviation industry since 1911 and today markets aviation fuels through more than 500 airports around the world.
Updated: August 1999