Air Freight News

Lara joins CargoAi’s Board of Advisors

Aug 30, 2021

David Lara will be a part of CargoAi’s next Quarterly Business Review, in early September, along with the other members of the Board of Advisors*. There will be a work program based on product development and its roadmap, business development and the strategy of CargoAi.

“Beyond his role and contribution, David is a great mentor for the team. David perfectly understands our industry, the needs of each player and especially those of freight forwarders and airlines in terms of procurement and commercial management. It is a priceless opportunity for CargoAi to be able to benefit from his expertise and an absolute honour to have him with us on the Board of Advisors” says Matthieu Petot, CEO of CargoAi.

Ensuring newly offered products are in line with customer expectations and are brought to the market as fast as possible, is one of the factors driving the strategy of the Air Cargo Digital Solutions platform CargoAi.co. The Board of Advisors brings a wealth of experience to the table.

“I deeply share CargoAi’s values and its ambition to digitise air freight. I am therefore delighted to share my experience and contribute to attaining this objective by being a member of the Board of Advisors. Our industry has specific needs and constraints in terms of digitisation and CargoAi has the intelligence to surround itself with people who have customer vision and the field experience to offer simple products to users, and above all those that meet the actual needs,” said David Lara.

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