Saudia Cargo appoints chief ground handling officer

Saudia Cargo has appointed Abdulrahman Al-Mubarak to lead the airline’s ground handling business unit.
The appointment of Al-Mubarak as chief ground handling officer is part of Saudia Cargo’s recognition of the important role its ground handling business unit has in achieving its Strategy 2020 transformation program.
Al-Mubarak joins Saudia Cargo with a decade of experience in commercial, cargo and logistics, planning and strategic management.
Prior to joining Saudia Cargo, Al-Mubarak held several executive positions including general manager cargo and logistics at GACA and executive director, Traffic and Logistics Development at Dammam Airports Company.
An airline statement said: "It reflects the company’s ongoing investments into its facilities projects, its cargo terminals and people."

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