Glen Gates joins Amerijet senior management team

Miami-headquartered all-cargo airline Amerijet has named Glen Gates director of charter sales, responsible for overseeing the growth and diversification of that side of the carrier’s business.
The appointment is intended to “fortify the entire Amerijet senior management team and help take the company to the next level of charter sales”, said Derry Huff, Amerijet’s vice president of strategic initiatives.
In particular, Gates will use his 35-plus years of experience in air cargo charters and airline terminal operations to “expand revenue streams that drive higher levels of cargo through the network, e-commerce consolidation/deconsolidation contracts, identify opportunities to provide cargo airline ground and terminal handling services in Miami and build relationships with Posts, charter brokers, 3PLs, automotive manufacturers and their tier one suppliers as well as pharmaceutical and perishables shippers”, a statement from Amerijet said.
Earlier this month, Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) delivered a sixth Boeing 767-300 converted freighter to Amerijet International Airlines under an eight-year dry lease.
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