Hong Kong airfreight chief steps down

Hong Kong Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistics (HAFFA) chairman Paul Tsui is to step down and will be replaced by Cliff Sullivan, senior vice-president of A-Sonic Logistics. Mr Tsui is a 30-year veteran of the airfreight industry and in 2001 founded Janel Group, which now employs 250 staff in offices throughout China. Mr Sullivan has been a HAFFA executive committee member since 2001.

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