Toowoomba Wellcamp appoints Kasch as general manager

Queensland airfreight gateway Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport has appointed Robert Kasch as general manager.

Kasch has been with the airport for nearly two years and has plenty of experience in the airfreight industry.

He started his career in the industry as a document runner at Sydney Airport but over his 30-year career, Kasch has worked for large multinational companies and small niche players in various roles both in Australia and the US.

He has also spent 10 years on the board of the Australian Federation of International Forwarders (AFIF) – an organisation dedicated to achieving uniform, high standards of professional conduct within the freight forwarding industry.

“It is a great to be leading a fantastic team during a time when a number of ground-breaking projects are set to come to fruition at the airport,” Kasch enthused.

“Both freight and passenger opportunities at Wellcamp will continue to grow and open up the region in the years to come,” he added.

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