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New Parker Aerospace Customer Support Operations (CSO) Personnel Will Continue to Grow Aftermarket Service in Asia Pacific Region


New CSO appointments will enhance local support, further
relationships, and improve response time with key customers seeking
maintenance, repair, and overhaul as well as customized aftermarket
services throughout the region

, a business segment of Parker
Hannifin Corporation
(NYSE:PH), the global leader in motion and
control technologies, today announced the appointment of Eric Liu and
Haijun Jiang to the company's Asia Pacific region for Customer
Support Operations
(CSO). Both men will assume critical roles on CSO
business development teams: Liu will serve as business development
director focusing on generating commercial aftermarket business
opportunities for all areas of the region except China; Jiang assumes
the role of business development senior manager responsible for
generating commercial aftermarket business opportunities in China. Both
Liu and Jiang will report to Vic Jorcyk, vice president, commercial

"I am very pleased to welcome these veterans of the industry to Parker
Aerospace Customer
Support Operations
in Asia Pacific," said Jorcyk. "Both are
consummate professionals whose integrity and knowledge of the business
and the region's customers will help to speed and enhance our
aftermarket support as well as our customized service solutions for the
area's airlines." Jorcyk went on to comment, "MRO in Asia Pacific is
competitive; the customer relationships these men have fostered will
help us deliver and grow the local support customers demand in the

Eric Liu, business development director, Asia Pacific

Based in the company's ACE Services Singapore facility, Eric Liu is
returning to CSO after time spent as a product support director and
quality manager for the Fluid Systems Division of Parker Aerospace. He
has worked in many roles across Parker Aerospace, including customer
support in Asia Pacific.

Formerly a key account manager on the CSO Asia Pacific team, Liu returns
to lead the team, using his strong engineering background and extensive
knowledge of the entire Parker Aerospace product line to both grow
business and support key customers throughout the region. Familiarity
with the region's customers and operations will allow Liu to jump-start
his contributions, renewing prior customer relationships while
developing others. In addition to growing business across multiple
areas, he will be responsible for the financial performance, strategic
planning, and sales earnings forecasting for the team. Liu began his new
role as of February 1, 2019.

Haijun Jiang, business development senior manager, China team

Haijun Jiang brings an in-depth understanding of China to his new
business development position with Parker Aerospace CSO. His new role,
effective in December of 2018, follows a distinguished, 12-year career
with Honeywell, including time spent most recently as customer business
director of China and operations director of China/Philippines. Jiang
also worked in engineering and operations management at GAMECO.

As senior manager, Jiang will be responsible for directing and
generating commercial aftermarket business opportunities across multiple
divisions by formulating strategies for the long-term growth and
development of new market segments. He also will be responsible for the
financial performance, strategic planning, and sales earnings of his
business segment. Jiang will work out of the Parker location in Shanghai
and will additionally support the Parker FACRI joint venture located in
Xi'an, China.

Jorcyk believes the ability of both Liu and Jiang to lead customer
interactions at the most senior levels is a reflection of Parker CSO's
commitment to provide global support with a local focus. "By performing
the work and providing services with in-region team members at our Asia
Pacific facilities, Parker CSO can provide fast response and the same
high quality repair we offer at our North American facilities."

About Parker CSO's two joint ventures in Asia Pacific. In 2005 Parker
Aerospace partnered with SIA Engineering Company to form a hydraulics
repair facility in Singapore. Known as ACE
, the joint venture facility specializes in the
repair of aircraft hydromechanical products, including both Parker and
non-Parker equipment. It is the first independent hydraulic repair
service center in the region capable of providing hydraulic testing
services up to 5,000 psi for such technologically advanced aircraft as
the Airbus A350 XWB and A380, and the Boeing 787.

To fully harness the potential of the rapidly growing Asian aerospace
market, Parker Aerospace established a second joint venture with AVIC
Flight Automatic Control Research Institute (FACRI) in 2017. Located in
Xi'an, China, Parker
is an original equipment aerospace manufacturer with
world-class maintenance, repair, and overhaul capabilities serving
aircraft in China, including those from Airbus, Boeing, and COMAC.

About Parker Aerospace. Parker
is a global leader in the research, design, integration,
manufacture, certification, and lifetime service of flight control,
hydraulic, fuel and inerting, fluid conveyance, thermal management,
lubrication, and pneumatic systems and components for aerospace and
other high-technology markets. The company supports the world's aircraft
and aeroengine manufacturers, providing a century of experience and
innovation for commercial and military aircraft.

About Parker Hannifin. Parker
is a Fortune 250 global leader in motion and control
technologies. For more than 100 years the company has engineered the
success of its customers in a wide range of diversified industrial and
aerospace markets. Learn more at
or @parkerhannifin.

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