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2008-07-04 00:00:19

Chairman of Leeds Bradford Airport Sir Graham Hall has resigned. Deputy chairman Alan Lewis has replaced him with immediate effect. Mr Lewis is an advisory partner in European private equity firm Bridgepoint, which bought the airport last year. He is also a former board member of Birmingham Airport. (c) 2008 Yorkshire Post. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.

2008-07-02 00:00:19

Leeds Bradford International Airport has revealed ambitious plans to introduce new medium and long-haul routes and expand passenger numbers. Bridgepoint Capital, the private equity firm which bought the airport for Pounds 145.5m a year ago, has promised to spend Pounds 70m to improve the experience of passengers and help boost business and tourism in the region. Tony Hallwood, the airport's new commercial and aviation development director, said plans to enhance the terminal would be made...

2008-06-18 12:00:58

BridgePoint Medical has acquired Asheville Orthotic Prosthetic Center and retained Greg Straub and Steve Hagler as owner-operators. Other owners, Andrew Adkisson and Emily Wilder, will also remain with the company. Mr Adkisson will be responsible for the company's central fabrication operations and Ms Wilder assumes management responsibilities of Asheville Orthotic Prosthetic Center's (AOPC's) North Carolina facilities. The acquired entity will retain its name and locations in Asheville,...

2008-06-17 09:01:11

LEXINGTON, Ky., June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- BridgePoint Medical, LLC, an independently owned prosthetic and orthotic company, today announced it has acquired Asheville Orthotic Prosthetic Center, Inc. (AOPC) and retained Greg Straub, CPO and Steve Hagler, CO, ABC, credentialed prosthetist and orthotists, respectively, as owner-operators. Other owners, Andrew Adkisson and Emily Wilder, will also remain with the company. Mr. Adkisson will be responsible for the company's central fabrication...


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