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Dallas Avionics, Inc. hires Charles Noble
Dallas Avionics, Inc., a wholesale distributor of aircraft electronics, test equipment, installation supplies, and avionics, announced the hiring of Charles Noble as their new director of Canadian sales and technical support. He brings with him both extensive business experience and in-depth technical knowledge.
“Charles is a very knowledgeable, professional and experienced sales person,” said Vice President of Sales for Dallas Avionics Scott Davis. “We have great Canadian customers and product manufacturers that we work with. The experience Charles has and the people he knows will provide added support to our customer base in Canada.”
Having worked in both inside and outside sales for more than five years in the industrial electrical engineering industry has prepared Noble for his current sales role at Dallas Avionics. He previously worked for multinational companies such as General Electric Company, (GE) and Honeywell. Noble worked in sales at GE and quality assurance at Honeywell. He gained aviation industry experience in flight data monitoring, FOQA/MOQA, SATCOM and PTT communications from his recent employment at Latitude Technologies.
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