Fahy returns to the industry with Toll Holdings

AIR Cargo News understands that Chris Fahy (right), the former chief executive officer of DHL Global Forwarding, has made his long-anticipated return to the logistics business by taking up the role as global development director, within the Toll Group.

Fahy controversially left DHL in March 2008, after a management restructuring of the business units, and has since been acting as an advisor for a number of organisations, including Toll, over the past nine months and contributing to UK parliamentary discussions on retail, automotive and banks.

In his new role, Air Cargo News has been told Fahy will be responsible for the mergers and acquisitions of the ambitious Toll Group and its future global footprint.

For the full story read the latest digital edition of Air Cargo News, dated 5 April, here.

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