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Airlines

Name: ASERCA AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: SEZ
Status: Operational
Region: LATIN AMERICA
City: VALENCIA
Country: VENEZUELA
Employees 1500
Web: asercaairlines.com
Email: comprasint@asercaairlines.com
Telephone: +58 2129533004
Fax: +58 2418208710
Sita: HDQRRR7
Background
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SEZ-2004-06 -NEWS
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ESTABLISHED IN 1968. STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1990. FORMERLY ASERCA - AEROSERVICIOS CARABOBO. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
CALLE GUAICAIPURO
RORRE TAECA, PB Y PISO 1, EL ROSAL
CARACAS 2001, VENEZUELA

Venezuela was established in 1810, it covers an area of 912,050 sq km, its population is 24 million, its capital city is Caracas, and its official language is Spanish.

SEPTEMBER 1996: TO BARCELONA (VENEZUELA), MARACAIBO, PUERTO ORDAZ, AND SAN ANTONIO.

1 DC-9-31 (45875), EX-AVENSA (AVN) (COOPESA (COO), DID INTERIOR MODIFICATIONS AND PAINTING).

JUNE 1997: 1 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (45864), EX-JETTRAIN (JTT).

AUGUST 1997: 1 DC-9-30 (JT8D-9A), EX-JETTRAIN (JTT).

FEBRUARY 1998: IN 1998, TO ACQUIRE +6 DC-9-30'S (FOR TOTAL 20) FOR $24 MILLION, & VIASA (VIA) MAINTENANCE FACILITIES, FOR $2.5 MILLION.

APRIL 1998: 891 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 51 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 16 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

(http://www.asercaairlines.com). (asercaairlines@eldish.net).

ALSO FLIES TO PORLAMAR, BARQUISIMETO, LAS PIEDRAS, ARUBA, FORT DE FRANCE, GEORGETOWN, SANTO DOMINGO, AND MATURIN.

DC-9-31 (45867) HAS NEW CORPORATE IMAGE LIVERY.

JULY 1998: LETTER OF INTENT (LOI) TO BUY 75% OF AIR ARUBA (AAU).

SIMEON GARCIA, CEO, EXPECTED TO BECOME CEO OF AIR ARUBA (AAU). (AAU) WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE ARUBA, AND KEEP ITS NAME.

ASERCA (SEZ) WANTS TO ADD MORE MD-80'S TO EXISTING 3 AIRPLANES. (SEZ) OPERATES 5 DC-9-30'S IN LUXURY, (2 X 2) LEATHER-SEAT CONFIGURATION, SIMILAR TO MIDWEST EXPRESS (MWX).

AUGUST 1998: LETTER OF INTENT (LOI) 3 ORDERS (NOVEMBER 1998) MD-90'S, HWA-HSIA LEASED.

SEPTEMBER 1998: ALLIANCE WITH CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), TO NEW YORK AND NEWARK, & INCLUDING AIR ARUBA'S FLIGHTS TO TAMPA & MIAMI.

JESUS MORA, VP SPECIAL PROJECTS. MRS MARUJA CORREA, VP ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE.

OF 3 MD-90'S, AIR ARUBA (AAU) WILL OPERATE 2, & ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) 1.

NOVEMBER 1998: GOVERNMENT OK'S RIGHTS TO BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA.

5 ORDERS MD-90-30'S, AND 2 ORDERS 737-800'S. MD-90-30 (53580) WET-LEASED FROM AIR ARUBA (AAU).

DECEMBER 1998: 1 MD-90-30 DELIVERY.

FEBRUARY 1999: 2 737-85F'S (28824; 28825), GATX LEASED (GAX). CONSIDERING 13-15 717-200'S, TO REPLACE DC-9'S.

APRIL 1999: 891 EMPLOYEES. SITA: VLNMGR7. VLNEBR7.

MAY 1999: ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) & AIR ARUBA (AAU), CARIBBEAN ALLIANCE WITH (ALM).

ENGINEERING, MAINTENANCE, & PLANNING DEPARTMENTS MOVED FROM VALENCIA TO MAIQUETIA "SIMON BOLIVAR" AIRPORT.

VIASA (VIA) SERVICE, STILL PERFORMS HEAVY MAINTENANCE.

CANCELED 2 737-85F'S, (GAX) LEASED.

JUNE 1999: ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) HAS 31% DOMESTIC MARKET SHARE, AEROPOSTAL (LAV) 42%, & AVENSA (AVN) 27%.

SEPTEMBER 1999: CODE SHARE WITH CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL) ON HOUSTON TO WASHINGTON, BOSTON, TORONTO, CHICAGO, LAS VEGAS, LOS ANGELES (LAX)/SAN FRANCISCO (SFO)/HONOLULU (HNL).

OCTOBER 1999: STARTS 1ST VENEZUELAN AIR SHUTTLE BETWEEN CARACAS AND MARACAIBO, IN THE HEART OF COUNTRY'S MAJOR PETROLEUM-PRODUCING AREA, TO THE WEST, 10 FLIGHTS/DAY, EVERY 90 MINUTES, 11,000 SEATS/DAY (DC-9, MD-90).

NOVEMBER 1999: RENE MATHEAU, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING RESIGNS.

PLANS TO RETURN MD-90 TO AIR ARUBA (AAU) WITHIN 5 MONTHS. 3 DC-9'S, EX-CONTINENTAL, 1 LEASED TO AIR ARUBA (AAU).

JANUARY 2000: PLANS TO REDISTRIBUTE MAINTENANCE CHECKS, WITH ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) DOING TURN-AROUND, DAILY, "A" & "B" CHECKS, AND AVENSA (AVN) TO DO "C" CHECKS.

TO ACQUIRE APA INTERNATIONAL AIR, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, AND RESUME OPERATIONS WITH AIR ARUBA (AAU) DC-9'S WET-LEASED.

FEBRUARY 2000: OWNER LAYS OFF MRS MARUJA CORREA, VP MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, AS WELL AS ALL ASSOCIATED DIRECTORS, AND APPOINTS FORMER CONSULTANT, MILBETH LAZO, HEAD OF MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING & LOGISTICS.

TAKES OVER ROUTES OF AVENSA (AVN)/SERVIVENSA (SVV), WHO HAD 5 AIRPLANES GROUNDED BY REGULATORY AUTHORITY, AND ONLY ALLOWED 1 AIRPLANE TO CONTINUE FLYING. POSSIBLE MERGER IMMINENT.

MARCH 2000: BUYS OUT HEAVY MAINTENANCE PORTION OF VIA SERVICE (VIA). OWNERS RAFAEL DI NAPOLI, GERMAN TOVAR, & MARUJA CORREA, WILL MAINTAIN LINE MAINTENANCE PORTION, AND STILL PROVIDE CONTRACT LINE MAINTENANCE TO OTHER SOUTH AMERICAN OPERATORS.

JESUS MORA, EX-VP SPECIAL PROJECTS, ASERCA (SEZ) GROUP, BECOMES PRESIDENT OF AIR ARUBA (AAU), REPLACING SIMEON GARCIA, OWNER
OF ASERCA (SEZ) GROUP. RUMORS OF (SEZ) TAKING OVER AVENSA (AVN), AND SIMEON GARCIA BEING MADE PRESIDENT OF (AVN).

APPLIES FOR ALL-CARGO SERVICE TO MIAMI.

APRIL 2000: MERGER TALKS WITH AVENSA (AVN) BREAK DOWN. BOTH AIRLINES ARE IN SERIOUS ECONOMIC DIFFICULTIES. ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) EMPLOYEES ARE ALMOST 4 MONTHS BEHIND IN SALARY PAYMENTS. (LOI) SIGNED FOR MERGER WITH (AVN), WITHIN 6 MONTHS.

891 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 51 FLIGHT CREW (FC), 71 CABIN ATTENDANTS (CA), & 16 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).

PLANS TO LEASE 5 717'S AND 3 DC-10'S. THE DC-10'S TO BE USED FOR FLIGHTS TO SAO PAULO AND BUENOS AIRES.

MAY 2000: 3 DC-10-30's (133 & 156, EX-VARIG (VAR); & 295, EX-CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL (CDI), PEGASUS (PSS) LEASED.

JULY 2000: EDUARDO FERRER, MAINTENANCE MANAGER, REPLACES MILBETH LAZO.

3 DC-10-30's (PSS) LEASED, DID NOT GO THROUGH (NTU). LATER, 3 DC-10-30'S STILL TO BE LEASED, STARTING SEPTEMBER 2000.

AUGUST 2000: LUIS RAMIREZ, PRODUCTION MANAGER, EX-AVENSA (AVN), REPLACES FRANCISCO APONTE.

SEPTEMBER 2000: FIRES 62 MECHANICS (MT), WHO WERE TRYING TO FORM A UNION TO PROTECT THEMSELVES FROM THE ALREADY HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS THEY WORK UNDER. SEVERAL HUNDRED MECHANICS WERE WAITING AT THE DOOR, FOR OPPORTUNITY TO WORK.

GOVERNMENT INJECTS SOME CASH. POSSIBLE MERGER WITH AVENSA (AVN) IS DROPPED.

APRIL 2001: MAIN BASE: VALENCIA AIRPORT.

2 ORDERS DC-9-30's.

JUNE 2001: CODE SHARE WITH VARIG (VAR), CARACAS - RIO DE JANEIRO - SAO PAULO.

1 DC-9-32 (730), EX-AIR ARUBA (AAU).

JULY 2001: ALFREDO SALIMA, EX-AVENSA (AVN), DIRECTOR ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE REPLACES EDUARDO FERRER.

AUGUST 2001: SANTA BARBARA AIRLINES (BRR), ACQUIRES 65% OF ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) CARGO, TO BE RENAMED SANTA BARBARA AIRLINES (BRR) CARGO. WILL WET-LEASE 747'S FROM SOUTHERN AIR (SOF) FOR FLIGHTS FROM MIAMI, TO CARACAS, MARACAIBO, AND VALENCIA.

OCTOBER 2001: FACED WITH WORST CRISIS IN LATIN AMERICAN AVIATION HISTORY, THE HEADS OF 11 MAJOR AIRLINE MEMBERS OF THE LATIN AMERICAN AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (AITAL): INCLUDING (ACE); (AVI); (AMX)/(CMA); (LAV); (AVN); (SEZ); (COP); (LAN); (TAC); (VAR); & (VSP), MET IN MIAMI TO SEEK SOLUTIONS AND POSSIBLE HELP FROM GOVERNMENTS.

ASERCA AIRLINES (SEZ) MAY ACQUIRE TACA (TAC) FLEET, OF 16 737-200'S, WITH 1ST 3 BEING WET-LEASED.

NOVEMBER 2001: IN DECEMBER 2001, VALENCIA, CARACAS, BARCELONA - MIAMI.

DECEMBER 2001: 1 737-2K5 (22601, N233TA), 1 737-205 (21765, N235TA) & 1 737-25A (23789, /87 31 19 N239TA), ALL 3 LACSA (LAC) WET-LEASED. 737-205 (21729, N240TA), TACA INTERNATIONAL (TAC) WET-LEASED. 2 DC-9-15's (45798; 45799), EX-(TWA), CAPITAL AIRCRAFT LEASED.

FEBRUARY 2002: TERMINATES ITS TACA (TAC)/LACSA (LAC) WET-LEASES, AFTER SUSPENDING SERVICE TO MIAMI.

July 2002: SITA: HDQRRR7. (pvalle@asercaairlines.com).

1,500 employees.

August 2004: 1,500 employees.

October 2005: 6 DC-9-31's (47095; 47135; 47249; 47343; 47412; 47491) & 4 DC-9-32's (47028; 47107; 47173; 47357), ex-(TWA), bought from Jetran International (CII), which were stored at Roswell.

December 2006: DC-9-30 (YV244T) in new livery - see photo.

November 2007: Aserca (SEZ), Venezuela's second-largest carrier, is taking over Santa Barbara Airlines (BBR). Aserca (SEZ) has announced it is only entering a "commercial alliance" but senior officials admit that the carrier is in fact buying Santa Barbara (BBR) from Spanish-Venezuelan business man, Francisco Gonzalez. He has decided to exit the business in a decision widely viewed as being the result of Venezuelan governmental policies.

Initially, Aserca (SEZ) and Santa Barbara (BBR) will keep separate brands with Santa Barbara (BBR) operating long-haul routes, mostly to Spain and Portugal, and Aserca (SEZ) concentrating on domestic and Caribbean routes. Some fleet rationalization is likely. The takeover is subject to governmental approval.

February 2008: INCDT: (SEZ) DC-9-31 (48147, YV298T) had wing and fuselage damage after possible brake failure.

August 2008: With possible implications for route networks in a heavily regulated and badly managed economy, Venezuela’s privately held Aserca (SEZ) is entering an alliance with its smaller (and also private) rival Santa Barbara Airlines (BBR). It’s also rumored to be interested in buying the carrier outright.

September 2010: Aserca Airlines (SEZ) operates domestic scheduled services linking nine domestic destinations in addition to regional scheduled jet airplane services to Aruba and Curacao. Charters are also flown to points in the Caribbean, Central America, and the USA.

(IATA) Code: R7 - 717. (ICAO) Code: OCA (Callsign - ASERCA).

(pvalle@asercaairlines.com). SITA: HDQRRR7.

Parent organization/shareholders: Migdalia Garcia (95%); & Simeon Garcia (5%).

Owns: Santa Barbara Airlines (BBR).

Alliances: Varig (VAR).

Main Base: Valencia Arturo Michelena International Airport (VLN).

Hub: Caracas Simon Bolivar airport (CCS).

Domestic, Scheduled Destinations: Barcelona; Barquisimeto; Caracas; Maracaibo; Margarita; Maturin; Porlamar; Puerto Ordaz; San Antonio del Tachira; & Valencia.

International, Scheduled Destinations: Aruba; Curacao; Punta Cana; & Santo Domingo del Tachira.

August 2011: Air One (ADH) Maintenance & Engineering has heavy maintenance contracts from Air Capital Group (CGP) for two former American Airlines (AAL) MD-80s on lease to Venezuela-based Aserca Airlines (SEZ) and one 737-200 VIP for the Mexican Air Force (MXA).

June 2013: Aeropostal - Alas de Venezuela (LAV) along with Aserca Airlines (SEZ), Avior Airlines (VIO), Estelar Latinoamerica (RSV), Laser Airlines (LSR), and Conviasa (VCV) have all announced plans to replace their aging DC9s, 737-200s and 727s in line with a (NOTAM) issued by Venezuela’s National Institute of Civil Aviation (Instituto Nacional de Aeronáutica Civil - INAC) that will prohibit operations of those airplane types in the country from November 1, 2013.

Aeropostal (LAV) will replace its two remaining DC-9-50s with three ex-Alitalia (ALI) MD-82s. Aserca (SEZ) will replace its last four DC-9-30s with four ex-AeroMéxico (AMX) MD-83s and MD-87s. Avior (VIO) is in the process of adding three 737-400s and six Fokker F 50s to its fleet to replace its fleet of seven 737-200s. Estelar Latinoamerica (ESV) has added a first ex-Seagle Air (CGL) 737-300, (23773, N773KR), as a first step towards replacing its four 737-200s. Laser (LSR) plans to add more ex-American Airlines (AAL) MD-82s to replace its three DC-9-30s. State owned carrier, Conviasa (VCV) has taken delivery of three brand new EMB-190s, though it continues to operate two 737-200s. However, there is no information regarding either the future of Rutaca Airlines (5R, Ciudad Bolívar) and its fleet of 737-200s or that of Vensecar Internacional (VEC) and its fleet of four 727Fs operating for (DHL), is known.

August 2014: Aserca Airlines ((IATA) Code: R7, based at Caracas Simón Bolivar) (SEZ) retired its last remaining DC-9-30 (48139, YV1879) from revenue service on July 28. The DC-9-30 has since been ferried from Caracas Simón Bolivar to Santo Domingo Las Américas, where it is currently awaiting deployment with new owner, (PAWA) Dominicana ((IATA) Code: 7Y, based at Santo Domingo Las Américas).

Aserca (SEZ) continues to operate an extensive McDonnell Douglas (Long Beach) fleet with four MD-82s, eight MD-83s and two MD-87s still in service with the Venezuelan regional carrier.

Sister carrier, (PAWA) Dominicana now hopes to relaunch operations towards the end of the third quarter.

Aserca Airlines (SEZ) currently operates 14 airplanes and serves 2 countries, 11 destinations, 19 routes, and 35 daily flights.

Fleet:
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SEZ-DC-9-30 - 2014-08
SEZ-DC-9-30 YV244T DEC06
SEZ-DC-9-31
SEZ-DC-9-APR08

April 2016:

0 737-2K5 (JT8D) (833-22601, /82 N233TA), RTND (LAC) 2002-02.

0 737-205 (JT8D) (595-21765, /79 N235TA; 72-21729, 40), (TAC)/(LAC) WET-LSD 2001-12. RTND (TAC) 2002-02.

0 737-25A (JT8D) (1392-23789, /87 31 19 N239TA), (LAC) WET-LSD 2001-12, RTND.

0 DC-9-15 (59-45798, YV-703C; 45799), EX-(TWA), CAPITAL AIRCRAFT LSD 2001-12. 2 RTND.

0 DC-9-30 (YV244T - SEE PHOTO 2006-12), 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (87-47007, /67 YV-714C "EL PILAR" EX-(AUS); 103-45837, /67 YV-720C "EL INDUSTRIAL" EX-(EAL); 151-47005, /67 YV-118T "MADRE MARIA DE SAN JOSE" EX-(ANS); 282-47187, /68 YV-718C "EL EXECUTIVO" EX-(EAL); 283-45867, /68 YV-116T "VIRGEN DEL VALLE" EX-(EAL); 322-47157, /68 YV-125T "EL VIAJERO," EX-(EAL); 389-47271, /68 YV119T "VIRGEN DE LORETO," EX-(EAL); 390-47272, /68 YV-117T "VIRGEN DE LA COROMOTO" EX-(EAL). ALL RTRD. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (365-45875, /68 YV-122T "VIRGEN DE LA CHINITA"), EX-(EAL)/(AVN), RTRD. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (130-45864, /67 YV-1492 "VIRGEN DEL SOCORRO"), EX-(EAL)/(JTT), RTRD. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (47095; 47135; 47249; 47343; 47412; 47491), EX-(TWA), BF JETRAN INTNL (CII) 2005-10. NTU OR PARTS?

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (48118, /80 YV241T), SOLD TO (BBR) 2011-02. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-9A HK) (943-48119, /80 YV2431 "SAN FRANCISCO DE ASIS"), 2006-09. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-7B) (949-48120, /80 YV2259), 2009-09. EUROPCAR COLORS (WFBN) LSD 2006-10. STORED. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-31 (JT8D-9A HK) (1024-48139, /81 YV1879 "VIRGEN DEL PILAR;" 1030-48141, /81 YV2431; 1050-48155, /81 YV-2220 "NUESTRA SENORA DE LOURDES"), 2007-06. 48139, YV1879 LAST DC-9-30 TO BE RETIRED. 16C, 84Y.

0 DC-9-32 (47028; 47107; 47173; 47357), BF JETRAN INTNL (CII) 2005-10. NTU OR PARTS?

0 DC-9-32 (JT8D-9A HK) (210-47128, /67 YV367T; 436-47235, /68 YV371T; 446-47282, /68 YV2444), 2008-09. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-32 (JT8D-9A) (477-47358, /69), EX-(JTT)/(DAL). NTU OR PARTS?

0 DC-9-32 (JT8D-9A HK) (598-47473, /70 YV2434 "SAN JUDAS TADEO"), NEW HORIZON LSD 2007-03. RTND. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-32 (JT8D-15) (605-47479, /70 YV2445 "JAN PABLO II"), 2006-07. RTRD. 16F, 84Y.

0 DC-9-32 (JT8D-9A HK) (614-47518, /70 YV368T "MADRE TERESA DE CALCUTA;" 680-47575, /72 YV372T "SANTA TERESA DE JESUS"), 2008-08. 16F, 84Y.

1 MD-82 (JT8D-217) (1071-49120, /82 YV348T), PALS99 LSD. 14F, 127Y.

2 MD-82 (JT8D-217A) (1161-49258, /84 YV2749; 1162-49259, /84 YV2754), (CGP) LSD 2011-07. 16F, 124Y.

3 MD-82 (JT8D-219) (1317-49486, /86 YV153T; 1467-49668, /88 YV485T; 1581-49846, /89 YV481T), PALS99 LSD 2011-03. 165Y.

2 MD-82 (JT8D-217) (1633-49517, /89 YV493T; 1690-49521, /89 YV494T), 2011-06. 155Y.

0 MD-90-30 (V2525-D5) (2246-53580) HWA-HSIA LSD. 2 RTND.

0 DC-10-30 (133; 156; EX-(VAR); 295, EX-CDI), (PSS) LSD 2000-09. 3 RTND.

1 SABERLINER 40 (JT12A-8) (282-106, /72 YV120T), 2004-09. EXEC.

Management:
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DR JULIAN VILLALBA, EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS (1998-05).

SIMEON GARCIA, EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (2000-09).

MS MIEDALIA GARCIA, EXECUTIVE VP.

AGUSTIN FERNANDEZ, VP OPERATIONS.

MARUJA CORREA, VP ENGINEERING & MAINTENANCE.

JESUS MORA, VP SPECIAL PROJECTS (1999-04) (jmorac@aol.com).

ORIAN VILORIA, VP FINANCE.

LISKA LIAGUNO, VP HUMAN RESOURCES (HR).

JORGE ANDRADE, VP INSTITUTIONS RELATIONS.

NELSON URBINA, VP GROUND OPERATIONS.

ROSALBA PEREIRA, VP LEGAL AFFAIRS.

VICTOR REYES, VP STRATEGIC PLANNING.

CAPTAIN ROBERTO BLASI, DIRECTOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS (rblasi@asercaairlines.com).

ALFREDO SALIMA, DIRECTOR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, EX-(AVN) (2001-07) (asalima@asercaairlines.com).

RENE CORTEZ, MARKETING DIRECTOR.

GABRIELA GARRIDO, CORPORATE RELATIONS MANAGER (ggarrido@asercaairlines.com) (Telephone: 0212 9055271).

YESMIN SANCHEZ, HEAD OF PUBLIC RELATIONS (PR) & PRESS OFFICER (dsanchez@asercaairlines.com) (Telephone: 0212 9055369).

LUIS RAMIREZ, PRODUCTION MANAGER (2000-08), EX-(AVN).

CESAR GUEDEZ, MANAGER QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) (2000-02).

MS ANTONIO ESCALANTE, MANAGER PLANNING (2001-10).

MIGUEL ARNAU, MANAGER ENGINEERING (2001-10) (anaum@cantv.net).

 
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