Saudia Cargo boss re-elected to chair global cargo alliance

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Teddy Zebitz. Photo: SkyTeam Cargo

Global cargo alliance SkyTeam Cargo has re-elected Saudia Cargo chief executive Teddy Zebitz as chairperson of the SkyTeam Cargo executive board for another consecutive term.

With his re-election, Zebitz will continue to strategically lead the SkyTeam Cargo board for a further period of two years.

Zebitz has over 40 years of experience; before leading Saudia Cargo, he worked across several markets such as China, southeast Asia, the US, and Europe.

SkyTeam Cargo said its executive board will continue to benefit from Zebitz’s extensive leadership background gained from his previous experience in executive roles at SAS and Emirates Airlines.

“I am honoured to have been re-elected to the Cargo Executive Board and look forward to paving the path for SkyTeam Cargo’s success,” said Zebitz.

“We are proud of how much we have accomplished in the past two years, and we have set strategic goals in place for the near future that will further elevate SkyTeam Cargo’s global position as the largest cargo alliance.

“We will continue to empower our people, while collaborating with our customers and partners, providing innovative and customised solutions to help them achieve their goals and realise their ambitions.”

SkyTeam Cargo has 11 member airlines.

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