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Dutch media are reporting that Adriaan den Heijer (pictured), vice president ground services for KLM, is to become the next cargo boss of Air France-KLM, to replace Bram Gräber.
Nieuwsblad Transport wrote that various sources around the airline had leaked the news, which is expected to be officially announced in a few weeks. Mr Gräber is due to leave on June 1 to join a marine services company.
Mr den Heijer has a wide variety of experience, including in cargo. He was director, north & west Europe for KLM Cargo between 200o and 2004, but latterly has focused on the passenger side as general manager China, and then vp of pricing and revenue management; and marketing and brand, before going to ground services.