In 2010 VZM Management Services saw several changes of the VZM team. Early in the year Theo Hermans joined the team, later followed by Ron van Manen. By the end of the year Ronald van the Bergh decided to leave VZM for Windcat Workboats, the customer he was supporting at that time.
Once more, the year turned out to be profitable, with an expanding customer base for both the European andUSoffice. Projects in 2010 covered the whole spectrum of VZM’s services: improving an airline’s Ground Operations and OCC organization; assessment and improvement of operations at MROs, several business development support projects and interim management assignments.
In June VZM organized another Diversium, this time about the future of Aircraft Maintenance. Senior leaders from airlines, MROs, and other industry suppliers attended this event titled Is there any future for the Heavy Maintenance Business?
In September Frans de Vries turned out to be the best in the wet and won the Hans Minnee Challenge Trophy. In spite of wet clothing and soaking shoes the spirit amongst the players was great during the twelfth VZM Dutch Aviation Open golf tournament.
The summary of the Diversium discussions and the VZM Outlook can be found at the VZM Publication page, freely accessable for subscribers to the VZM Newsletter. Subscription is free of charge and without any obligations