Boeing has announced a series of senior leadership changes at the company, to take effect 9 September.
Boeing Commercial Airplanes VP of sales Marlin Dailey has been named president of Boeing Germany, Northern Europe/EU and Africa, said the airframer. He will report to Boeing International president Shep Hill.
"Marlin Dailey's long-time international experience working in London and Brussels from where he led European sales for six years, as well as his background working global markets, brings unique customer, stakeholder and industry knowledge to this key role," said Hill.
Boeing has also appointed Ray Conner, VP and general manager of supply chain management and operations, to the new role of senior VP of sales and customer support. He will be responsible for leading sales, marketing and commercial aviation services.
Conner will be succeeded in his role by Stan Deal, most recently VP and general manager of the commercial airplanes supplier management organisation.
In addition, Boeing South Carolina VP and general manager Jack Jones will now report to Boeing president and CEO Jim Albaugh, instead of Conner.
"This move reflects the strategic importance of the Charleston facility and will provide closer linkage to all of Commercial Airplanes," said Boeing.
Separately, the airframer has also appointed VP of Boeing International and president of Boeing Germany Lianne Stein to VP of global corporate citizenship. She replaces Anne Roosevelt, who will retire 31 August.