Everett, Washington ― Aviation Technical Services (ATS) today announced that ATS Components – Everett Site Director Mark Saretsky has been honored as one of Aircraft Maintenance Technology (AMT) Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Next Gen Award winners. The selected individuals come from all segments of the industry and share leadership attributes such as a passion for aviation and continuous improvement. Mark was nominated for the AMT magazine award based on his leadership, contribution and dedication to growing the ATS Components business.
“Over the last five years Mark has been instrumental to the success of our components business by streamlining the organizational structure, reducing costs, and ultimately increasing revenue by 50 percent while doubling site profitability.” Said Mike Beck, former Senior Vice President, Aviation Technical Services, one of the people who nominated Mark for the award. As a result of his creativity and leadership, Mark was promoted to site leader in 2017, making him the youngest site leader in ATS by more than a decade.
Mark is honored to receive the award for his efforts, and believes that his ability to embrace technology is one of the key reasons he was nominated. Mark adds, “My career goal is to focus on driving excellent value by leveraging new technology solutions and building customer and supplier partnerships.”
Mark holds a Bachelor of Science in aviation management at Central Washington University and a MBA from Seattle University. He is certified as a Six Sigma Green and Black Belt. Read more about Mark Saretsky and his background here. Award winners are showcased in AMT Magazine’s August / September 2018 issue which can be downloaded here.