Primoco UAV SE, Czech manufacturer of civilian and military aircraft, appointed Colonel of the General Staff (Retired) Ing. Vladan Ševčík as a member of the Supervisory Board following the resignation of Ing.Josef Rada. The decision to appoint a new member of the Supervisory Board was made during the General Meeting of the company at its registered office on 26 April 2022.

Ladislav Semetkovský, CEO, sees the appointment to the Supervisory Board as the next step toward ensuring the development of the company’s governance and closer cooperation with the state authorities and key elements of the Czech aviation industry: “Vladan Ševčík has been working in our company since 2020 as Quality Manager and I am very pleased that he has agreed to become more involved in the running of our company. His professional qualities and managerial experience resulted in our request for his support and advice on the ongoing certification of our company and the unmanned aircraft, both in the civilian and military fields.”

Ševčík worked for more than 20 years in the state administration of the Ministry of Defence in the areas of certification and maintenance of airworthiness of military aircraft, as well as in the approval of the competence of design, production and maintenance organisations dealing with military aviation equipment, as well as the approval of the competence of personnel for the maintenance of military aircraft. As the Head of the Aviation Technology of the Department of Military Aviation Supervision of the Ministry of Defence, he worked in foreign committees of the EDA/MAWA Forum and NATO/AWAG, where he participated in the harmonisation and implementation of supranational aviation regulations in the Czech Republic. In addition, he is Vice President for Quality and Airworthiness at Aero Vodochody Aerospace.

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