David Valovich has been promoted to be the new vice president of operations and administration at Galley Support Innovations (GSI). Since his arrival at the company 10 years ago, he has worked in all of its departments. He holds a degree in aerospace management.
“David was an obvious choice; he has worked his way up through the company,” a GSI spokesperson stated. “The reason we chose David is because of how he cares for his team and shows leadership through collaboration.”
GSI designs and manufactures interior hardware and mechanisms for the aviation, marine, rail and private transportation industries.
The company’s hardware products include locks, latches, door-bolting systems, coat hooks, turns, retainers, lock-out hasp latches, finger pulls, door holders and movie storage, oval and square.
Some of its latest developments include self-assist door and magazine hinges, frictionless strikers and hidden striker latches. In addition, GSI and its partners produce faucets, sinks, chairs, food storage compartments, placards and anything else needed to complete a galley.
The company has offices in Sherwood, Arkansas, and Seattle, Washington.