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Comlux builds team for innovation in completions
Adam White joins Comlux as head of engineering after gaining engineering experience with several OEMs, namely Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft and Bombardier, while Fernando Mas has served 30 years with Airbus.
Domingo Ureña Raso, executive president of Comlux Completion; Fernando Mas, CTO; Adam White, head of engineering and CEO Daron Dryer.

Comlux Completion is reinforcing its management team to further develop innovation and leading-edge technologies within the company. Newcomers include Fernando Mas, chief technology officer and Adam White, head of engineering.

Fernando Mas has been appointed to his new position after serving for 30 years with Airbus, where he held several engineering management positions as senior expert in virtual product engineering and advanced digital design and manufacturing projects in Silicon Valley. He also worked at several engineering universities and scientific committees as professor and researcher member.

Adam White joins Comlux after gaining engineering experience with several OEMs, namely Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft and Bombardier, within the completion and MRO industry. For the last 10 years, he led the engineering teams and supported the research initiatives of well-known completion centres, both in Europe and in the USA.

CEO Daron Dryer comments: “With our growing order book of state of the art and modern VIP cabins, our shareholders continue investing in future technologies. Adam and Fernando are powerful additions to our management team to support our growth.”

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