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Vilardi to direct sales at Rotortrade Italy
Massimo Vilardi is to look after the Italian and UK markets for Rotortrade from its new office in Verona, Italy. He brings twenty years of helicopter and VIP sales and marketing experience to the role.

Helicopter distributor Rotortrade has opened a new office in Italy and appointed Massimo Vilardi as sales director, responsible for the Italian market and helping to develop the UK market. 

Vilardi is an aerospace engineer and private pilot who has more than 20 years of experience in sales and marketing of helicopters, including over a decade of development of product improvement strategies for Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters). Prior to that, he was a technical engineer at AgustaWestland (now Leonardo), and more recently he focused his professional efforts on the development of strategic partnerships, particularly in the European market.

Executive VP of global sales Aurélien Blanc says: “Massimo has a unique mix of technical, operational and customer experience, which together will allow us to offer the highest levels of service through Rotortrade Italy. In addition to our focus on Italian customers and the development of the UK market, Massimo will have a key role in our continued partnership as sole global pre-owned helicopter distributor with Leonardo's helicopter division."

Rotortrade has offices in Florida, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Mexico City, Marseille, Paris, Singapore, Sarajevo, Shanghai and Verona, and is currently pursuing developments in new territories.

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