Air Freight News

Visser new Chief Commercial Officer at DoKaSch Temperature Solutions

Jan 04, 2023

DoKaSch Temperature Solutions announces the appointment of Edwin Visser as new Chief Commercial Officer. With this employment of the new created position, the specialist company for temperature-controlled air cargo containers will further improve its international network of airline and forwarder partners.

Counting more than 35 years of experience, Visser is a highly experienced manager in the field of air freight, forwarding and temperature-controlled packaging solutions. The new CCO has previously proved himself through leadership roles with a focus on life science, pharmaceuticals and healthcare at several active and passive packaging solution providers. Further professional stations led the logistics and economics graduate via KLM Cargo to the airline's special freight department as well as to the freight forwarding companies of P&O Nedlloyd, Kühne + Nagel and Geodis.

Edwin Visser, new Chief Commercial Officer

“As one of the few suppliers of active air freight containers, DoKaSch Temperature Solutions offers with the Opticooler a highly available and extremely reliable packaging solutions. I see many opportunities for Opticoolers in the global market and I am looking forward to further expanding the already strong network of DoKaSch TS with my extensive experience,” says Edwin Visser, Chief Commercial Officer of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions.

"I am excited winning such an experienced industry executive for the team of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions. With the expertise of Edwin Visser along his professional network and entrepreneurial attitude, we are very well positioned to continue our global growth", says Andreas Seitz, Managing Director of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions.

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