NEO Air Charter – the fast-growing cargo charter broker based in Germany – has appointed Ian Flett to the new position of Regional Sales Manager, Nordic Region. He is based in Denmark.
In his new post, Ian will promote the company’s services to forwarders and logistics service providers with customers in the industrial- , government- and humanitarian aid sectors throughout Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. Operational back-up will be provided by NEO’s centralised brokerage and operational functions, based at its headquarters in Frankfurt.
Ian has spent his entire 18 year career in air cargo and logistics, including roles at Scandinavian Airlines Cargo, two cargo GSSA companies (where he represented major carriers such as Emirates and IAG) and power-plant specialist BWSC, where he handled global spare parts logistics for its many remote installation sites. He has achieved a number of industry training accreditations in specialist areas such as pharma, and speaks four languages.
Says NEO Managing Director Stefan Kohlmann: “We are very pleased to welcome Ian to our growing team. His experience both as a supplier and consumer of air freight services, as well as his thorough knowledge of the Nordics air cargo market and his language skills, make him a valuable addition to our company.”
Adds Ian: “NEO is already well-known in this region, has built an enviable reputation, and is widely-respected for its strict trade-only policy which ensures its clients’ relationships with their own customers will never be compromised. I am excited about helping NEO to achieve its full potential in this very active charter market.”
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