Conrady to take over cargo role at Frankfurt Airport

Frankfurt Airport (Fraport) will have a new senior vice president, cargo development and management, from November this year, when Max Phillip Conrady takes over from Felix Kreutel.
Conrady is currently Fraport’s head of operations planning terminal management at Frankfurt.
Kreutel, who is to take up a new position within the Germany airport group, was appointed head of Fraport cargo in October last year. He succeeded Dirk Schusdziara.
Kreutel joined the airport operator in 2000 and was, from 2015, vice-president of the Fraport’s cargo and logistics department. 

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