General Electrodynamics Corporation Announces New Global Director of Sales

Joseph Karoki

General Electrodynamics Corporation has announced Joseph Karoki as its new Global Director of Sales within GEC's Aerospace Product Line. Joseph takes over a region that will include Russia, South America, India, China, Africa and the United Kingdom.

Joseph brings over 10 years significant military and civilian aviation sales strategy as well as technical experience to GEC. A Marine Corps veteran, Joseph holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration and is completing a Masters in Business Law degree from The University of Liverpool.

Joseph's experience in the aerospace market will continue GEC's recent success providing load and balance equipment to military, commercial and business aerospace markets. Joseph comments, "I am excited to start a new challenge within GEC and look forward to working with the team to further develop their already extensive product and service suite. I am fortunate to be joining such a respected company that prides itself on top quality service."

About General Electrodynamics Corporation

General Electrodynamics Corporation (GEC) has pioneered truck and aircraft scale technology for over half a century. Since the development of the first heavy duty, portable wheel-load vehicle scales, they have embraced a role as the world's most innovative truck and aircraft weighing provider. GEC's customer service maintains the highest standards consistent with their commitment to be the only aircraft scale manufacturer that designs, engineers, tests, and services the end user directly. This all-in-one business design allows their instructors to hold the only DoD accreditation for a manufacturer to conduct W&B training and certification. GEC holds over 21 patents for products that span across more than 120 countries.

Source: General Electrodynamics Corporation


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