Changes in BAWC management

BRITISH Airways World Cargo has announced the appointment of David Shepherd as senior vice-president Europe and the Americas, and Tony Nothman, as senior vice-president Middle East, Africa, Asia and Pacific, effective immediately.

Shepherd and Nothman will report directly to managing director, Steve Gunning, and replace former vice-president, global sales and marketing, Baba Devani.

Both take responsibility for all commercial activity including sales, marketing and distribution, as well as managing BA World Cargo’s customer service and operational business in their respective locations. In addition, Shepherd joins Nothman as a member of the Cargo Leadership Team, responsible for the overall management of the BA World Cargo business.

Gunning, said: “The reorganisation reflects the changing nature of the BA World Cargo business, highlighting the importance we place on meeting the specific needs of customers in different locations across our worldwide network.

“The decision to appoint David and Tony is testament to their considerable experience within BA World Cargo. The two have worked extensively across a number of departments in their respective regions for many years and bring with them a wealth of understanding to their new roles. I am confident they will continue to deliver excellent customer service and commercial performance. I would like to welcome David to the Cargo Leadership Team and look forward to working closely with both him and Tony, to drive the business forward.”

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