Turkish Cargo appoints new senior vice president of sales

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo has appointed Cor P de Man as senior vice president of cargo sales.

De Man started his career at the Royal Nedlloyd Group in 1986 and went on to hold senior positions at KPMG, UTI Worldwide, DSV and Broekman Logistics.

He lives in the Netherlands and will hold offices in Istanbul and Amsterdam.

Turkish Airlines chief cargo officer Turhan Ozen said: “I believe that he will be a real source of power for us to achieve our mission of becoming one of the top-five global air cargo brands [by 2023]. I welcome him with all my heart, and wish him success.”

De Man speaks English, French, Spanish, German and Italian.

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