Rodolphe MARCHAIS, Chairman and CEO of Sabena technics and CEO of TAT began his career in the Group in 1982.

He has held different positions, starting in the Group as Paris Orly Hub Manager, then as Network Manager of TAT’s express parcel subsidiary, TAT Express.

In 1986, he became CEO of Chronopost, a start up joint venture between TAT and the French Post Office specialising in express mail. Chronopost became a very successful business with the powerful leverage of 12 000 offices of the French Post.

By 1988, Rodolphe MARCHAIS was CEO of TAT Express and had achieved a good profitability of this business for TAT.

In 1990, he became the CEO of TAT European Airlines, the biggest subsidiary of TAT Group and participated in convincing British Airways to become a shareholder of this company which was operating the first private French domestic and European network.

In 1996, when TAT Group sold all its shareholding in the airline and express parcel businesses, Rodolphe MARCHAIS became President & CEO of TAT Group, replacing Michel MARCHAIS, his father and founder of the Group.

TAT has developed its business in MRO and Leasing of aircraft and since 2005, in the Real Estate activity with an actual 50 000 m² of leased offices investment.

Rodolphe MARCHAIS is a graduate of Ecole Supérieure d’Electronique Informatique et Automatique and CESA Finance (HEC Group).

He is 57, and is married with four children.

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