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ABM Aviation Names New Managing Director

ABM has appointed Jim Niblock as Managing Director of its UK aviation business.  

Previously the Operations Director at the company for almost four years, and with 25 years of aviation experience, Jim brings a deep understanding of the ABM business as well as a wealth of industry expertise.  

Sean Bromfield, President, Aviation at ABM, says: “We are pleased to have Jim officially take leadership of the UK aviation business. His extensive operational experience across the UK, as well as North and South America, and his passion for ABM are particularly relevant as we emerge from the pandemic and continue to build on our world-class credentials.  

“Jim’s success to date is largely down to his people focussed leadership style, and I look forward to working closely with him in delivering on our vision in the years to come.” 

Before joining ABM, Jim was Operations Director at the OCS Group. Previously, he worked as Vice President at Menzies Aviation and also held management roles at EasyJet and Servisair.   

He says: “I am delighted to accept this role at such a crucial time for the sector. For me it’s always been about focussing on individual team members in order to deliver for our customers and shareholders. Having worked side by side with the incredible ABM team through the pandemic, I have no doubt that we can deliver on our ambitions and then some. I am honoured to lead and grow ABM’s aviation team alongside such inspiring colleagues and at such an exciting time.” 

ABM delivers services to support all aspects of the aviation experience, from arrival to departure. Working with the UK’s biggest airports and most recognisable airlines, the business offers an extensive service portfolio to elevate customer experience while keeping spaces clean, safe, and running on schedule. 

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