Gloy takes on operations role at Lufthansa Cargo

Harald Gloy will be appointed to the executive board of Lufthansa Cargo with responsibility for operations on January 1.
Gloy will be responsible for handling in Frankfurt, Munich and the Lufthansa Cargo Service Center, as well as the areas of Global Handling Management, Flight Operations & Transport Management and Security.
The 46-year-old industrial engineer succeeds Sören Stark, who has led operations since April 2016 and will become the new chief operating officer of Lufthansa Technik .
Gloy is currently responsible for global component services at Lufthansa Technik and is also the spokesperson for the division Board. Previously, he held managerial positions in the area of engine and aircraft base maintenance.
Harry Hohmeister, member of the executive board of Deutsche Lufthansa and chairman of the supervisory board of Lufthansa Cargo said: “Thanks to his comprehensive experience in logistics and in managing large operational areas, he will continue to further guide Operations into the future and strengthen the role of Lufthansa Cargo in the face of strong competition.”
Gloy graduated as an engineer having studied Industrial Engineering at the TU Berlin and Arizona State University.
After some early roles with Lufthansa Technik Logistik, he began his career with Lufthansa Technik in Business Development in 2003 and headed up the Aircraft Overhaul and Modification unit in Hamburg from 2006 onwards.
Following various management roles in Component Maintenance Services and Engine Services, he leads the Component Services unit at Lufthansa Technik since 2014.
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