Saudia Cargo boss Hariri joins IATA cargo committee

Saudia Cargo chief executive Omar bin Talal Hariri has become a member of the IATA Cargo Committee.
The committee of 19 members represents different global airlines and is one of six IATA main industry committees along with: Finance, Environment, Industry Affairs, Legal and Operations.
The Cargo Committee advises on issues including cargo security and safety; cargo technology and automation; cargo handling; cargo distribution; cargo-related regulatory developments, cargo trade facilitation and agent and carrier relations.
Appointed as chief executive of the Middle East carrier in February 2018, Hariri has held senior positions in several companies during his career, with expertise in transportation, supply and logistics services.
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