Chapman Freeborn appoints Falk as it targets Americas expansion

By Damian Brett

Hendrik Falk. Source: Chapman Freeborn

Chapman Freeborn has appointed Hendrik Falk as senior vice president of cargo for the Americas as the company looks to expand in the region.

Falk began his 32 year career in the aviation industry at Lufthansa Cargo in Atlanta. Since then, he has held a number of senior positions at various companies in the sector, including Polar Air Cargo, World Airways, AirBridgeCargo, and most recently Swiss International Airlines.

Chapman Freeborn chief commercial officer Neil Dursley said: “Hendrik Falk is a key new hire as part of our strategic five-year expansion plan for the Americas region. Hendrik will guide our team of experienced USA brokers to expand our service offering, grow our client base, and broaden presence throughout the region.

“I have every confidence that his wealth of industry experience and product knowledge will play a pivotal role in taking Chapman Freeborn America’s to the next level.”

Falk added: “I am thrilled to become part of the Chapman Freeborn team – the company’s broad portfolio of services, its quality focus and reputation for excellence as well as its ambitious aspirations are just a few of the drivers that have motivated me to join the organisation at this dynamic time in the company’s development.”

 

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