Frank Yau to be Cathay Pacific’s head of cargo sales for Hong Kong

Frank Yau

Frank Yau is to become the new head of cargo sales Hong Kong for Cathay Pacific Cargo, taking over from Aaron Chan, effective September 2018.
Yau worked for a number of freight forwarders before joining the Cathay Pacific Cargo sales team in Hong Kong in 2007.
He has held a number of commercial posts for Cathay Pacific, including roles in South China and key accounts, the sales team in Shanghai and most recently as cargo airline partnerships manager.
General manager commercial cargo Nelson Chin said: "I am pleased to announce Frank’s appointment. He will be taking over from Aaron, and I would like to take this opportunity to again thank Aaron for his dedication and service.
"We are confident that Frank will bring the same enthusiasm and professionalism he has shown so far in his career with us to his new role."
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