New air cargo vice president for SkyTeam

Airline alliance SkyTeam has announced the appointment of Nico Van der Linden as vice president of its air cargo partnership.
Van der Linden, who took over the role on July 1,  has more than 30 years of air cargo experience. Previous positions include management posts at both KLM Cargo and Air France KLM Cargo, as well as time spent working in some of the world’s most prominent transport hubs, including Paris, Dubai and Amsterdam.
"Having worked with numerous international organisations, Van der Linden has accumulated experience across several key areas, including commercial, customer service and operations, in both central and regional functions," SkyTeam said.
In his new role, Van der Linden will be tasked with further strengthening the SkyTeam air Cargo alliance by working closely with the 12 cargo members from around the world.
"In recent years, SkyTeam Cargo has implemented several initiatives and technological advances that have made it easier for customers to do business with the alliance partners.
"Van der Linden is expected to build on these successes and further enhance the customer’s interactions with SkyTeam Cargo members," the air cargo alliance said.
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