Swiss Aviation Consulting (SAC) announces appointment of Roland Seidel as CEO
Hünenberg/Zug, Switzerland, 09 May 2019 – Swiss Aviation Consulting Group, one of the leading aviation services and advisory companies has announced today the appointment of Roland Seidel as Chief Executive Officer. The appointment reflects the company’s growth strategy particularly in the field of its technology leveraged compliance management services.
Seidel a former head of technical asset management services of a Swiss transportation company and acting deputy CEO of Lufthansa Systems Flightnav products is a seasoned leader with a proven record of taking customer centric service companies to the next level by accelerating revenue growth at the same time as promoting process efficiency. Seidel has a strong aviation and management background holding outstanding aerospace engineering and business administration degrees.
“With more than two decades of high-profile leadership positions in both large organisations and boutique-type firms he has all the experience to support SAC’s young management team in growing SAC’s asset management, training and advisory services.”, says Dr. Daniel Lütolf SAC founder. “SAC’s service delivery is increasingly leveraged by in-house developed cutting-edge information technology. Technology is transforming our business model and the way aviation companies work with their suppliers in general. We are excited to have Roland Seidel in our team, to enable us to take maximum advantage of the huge growth potential we have by serving the aviation industry.”
Roland Seidel will take over the CEO role from Dr. Daniel Lütolf as of September 1st., 2019. Daniel Lütolf will concentrate on his role as Executive Chairman of SAC’s holding company. “In my previous roles I have had the privilege working with highly skilled and dynamic teams in well established companies within the travel and transportation sector.” says Seidel. “Now it is time to transfer all that experience to a growing team of impressive aviation professionals to further develop SAC’s success”.