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SkyDrive appoints Adam Hollis as GM of AirMobility supply chain management department

SkyDrive Press Release | April 26, 2024

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SkyDrive announced the appointment of Adam Hollis, former senior supply chain manager of Rolls-Royce as the company’s general manager of air mobility supply chain management department.

Hollis joined SkyDrive on April 1, 2024. He holds a manufacturing engineering and management master’s degree from University of Nottingham and has 15-plus years of experience at Rolls-Royce. Hollis has extensive experience in supply chain development, manufacturing engineering and quality management, particularly in Asia, including Japan, South Korea and India.

At Rolls-Royce, Hollis has held the positions of: manufacturing engineer since 2009, supplier quality technical manager since 2011, manufacturing engineering manager since 2015 and supplier management team manager since 2018.

During the three years from March 2021, he was responsible for all supply chain activity for multiple commodities across Japan, India and Taiwan. Hollis has led and developed cross-functional teams to achieve world-class quality, delivery and cost performance.

The company believes his track record and knowledge will be invaluable to SkyDrive as it accelerates the development of its products.

A brief work history of Adam Hollis
2004 Manufacturing Engineer at Rolls-Royce
2007 Moved to Japan under Daiwa Scholarship program
2009 Manufacturing Engineer at Rolls-Royce
2011 Supplier Quality Technical Manager at Rolls-Royce
2015 Manufacturing Engineering Manager for Japan, South Korea, Taiwan
2021 Senior Supply Chain Manager Rolls-Royce

This press release was prepared and distributed by SkyDrive.

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