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Saudia Cargo has appointed Per Hojland, previously supply chain director for a dairy company, to the position of executive director, cargo operations worldwide.
Danish Mr Hojland joins the carrier after 25 years in various roles in air cargo and logistics. Most recently, he was Nordic supply chain director for Lactalis Scandinavia. Prior to that he was at a cheese distribution company, following seven years at SAS Cargo.
In his new role, Mr Hojland will be responsible for the management of all Saudia Cargo’s international operations, including overseeing the standards and services worldwide.
“Per has vast experience in the air cargo industry and within logistics and this will make him a great addition to our team,” said Teddy Zebitz, chief cargo officer, Saudia Cargo.
Mr Hojland added: “I am proud to be joining Saudia Cargo with its strong vision for the future and I look forward to being a part of the Saudia Cargo team and contributing to its continued success.”
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