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Shannon Aerospace Appoints New Quality Assurance Manager
Muriel Fenton has been appointed to the position of Quality Assurance Manager at Shannon Aerospace Ltd.
One of the first recruits to Shannon Aerospace, Muriel began her career with the MRO provider as a Systems & Engines Aircraft Maintenance Technician, qualifying in 1992 on the day that the Shannon Hangar first opened its doors for business. In 1995, Muriel moved to the Work Documents section of the Engineering & Planning Department, where she was later appointed Senior Jobcard Engineer in 1998. In 2002, Muriel joined the Shannon Aerospace Quality Department as Quality Assurance Engineer, and during her time in that position attained a Diploma in Quality Management from Business Excellence as well as becoming a ‘Certified Quality Engineer' in 2006, as awarded by the American Society of Quality.
In her new position as Quality Assurance Manager, Muriel will report to Head of Quality & Training Tom Caffrey.
Founded in 1989, Shannon Aerospace, a subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik AG, specialises in the provision of Base Maintenance services to the world's airline industry, with Lufthansa as its chief client. The company offers a portfolio of other expert services such as aircraft painting, engineering, line maintenance & training and specialises in Boeing 737, 757 & 767, Airbus A319, A320 & A321, MD80 & DC-9 aircraft.
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