Urs Stulz of Swiss WorldCargo to retire at the end of May

Urs Stulz, head of cargo central services group at Swiss WorldCargo, is retiring at the end of May after 43 years of service to Swissair and SWISS.
Starting his career in accounting, Stulz moved through various functions in passenger, HR/Training, cargo business segment within Europe.
In his last function, Stulz was responsible for leading the cargo central services group, namely contribution management, transportation process, marketing, vertical industry management, hub operations and cargo accounting.
He has been an integral part of the Swiss WorldCargo management team and has made a “significant contribution in building Swiss WorldCargo into a high reputation brand and a successful organization,” said Swiss head of cargo, Ashwin Bhat. 

Bhat added: “On behalf Swiss International Air Lines and Swiss WorldCargo I would like to thank Urs deeply for his leadership, commitment and for being a greatly-valued colleague and becoming a friend to a number of us over the years.
“Those who have worked closely with Urs know that he appreciates the good things in life and that he is very much future-oriented. As such he has planned his next phase of life in a similar fashion: his upcoming project is a walk through Switzerland to reach Venice, to arrive well into retirement and slow down.
“As he walks into this new phase of his life, we would like to wish Urs good health, luck and lots of new adventures with his wife Regina, family and friends.”
A replacement for Stulz’s position and function at Swiss WorldCargo will be announced in the near future. 

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