Aero Africa appoints director of product development

By Rachelle Harry

Aero Africa has announced its new director of product development: James Cameron.

Cameron, based in Johannesburg, will be responsible for developing Aero Africa’s airfreight consolidation products and scheduled cargo service into the region. He will also oversee all shipments into and out of South Africa.

Cameron previously spent more than 10 years working at Neutral Wholesaler CFR Freight SA Limited and helped the company to become a leading IATA Cargo Agent.

Jade Da Costa, chief commercial officer, Aero Africa, commented: “We would formally like to welcome Cameron to the Aero Africa team. I have had the privilege of being his client over the last few years and his service level to his clients us unbelievable.

“We know Cameron will fit into the Aero Africa mould as he has set the bar extremely high to continue in his journey as our director of product development in Africa. He has a wealth of experience that he brings to our business and we really look forward to the opportunity of working together.”

Juergen Anwander, Aero Africa’s Germany-based general manager, added: “We as Aero Africa are proud that, despite of the difficult times we all face, an experienced and well reputed person like Cameron is strengthening our management team in Southern Africa.

“With his experience and knowledge, he will definitely help us to move Aero Africa to the next level.”

Aero Africa is a Hong Kong-based air cargo management group that provides African logistics solutions and neutral value-added services to the logistics and aviation communities.

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