Clark heads Chapman Freeborns new African office

CHAPMAN Freeborn Airchartering has opened a new office in Uganda. The new office will be headed by Iain Clark (right), who will be responsible for the development of cargo and passenger business in his role as regional manager of Africa.

Carol Norman, managing director of the Chapman Freeborn Group, said: “We are delighted with the opening of our Uganda office. After the successful launch of our first South American operation last year, the addition of an African office consolidates our unrivalled global coverage.

“In Iain Clark we have a seasoned professional who, together with his team, brings local knowledge and expertise in the African charter market. This further unlocks Africa’s potential for our worldwide offices and client base.”

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