LONDON, August 20, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
OAG Cargo, specialists in the supply of data and information products for the global aviation industry, today announces the appointment of Mr Alv Hill as Interim Executive Vice President.
This appointment is made with immediate effect and forms part of OAG Cargo's ongoing business strategy for the company's global expansion enabling the team to build upon its success in Europe and North America and pursue new business opportunities in the developing markets of South America, Asia and Africa.
Commenting on the appointment, Mr Phil Callow, CEO of UBM Aviation, stated:
"With the growth in size and complexity of our business in recent years, we are looking to maintain OAG Cargo's competitive edge whilst also fulfilling our global plans for the company. Alv brings with him a broad wealth of Supply Chain industry knowledge gained from experience gained as a Manager, Director and Consultant."
Mr Alv Hill, speaking of his new appointment, added:
"This is a tremendously exciting time for OAG Cargo. OAG Cargo has devoted a considerable amount of time and major investment in establishing AFRA and Inforwarding as core products within the portfolio. It's clear to me that the company has the potential to establish itself as a clear leader in the world's most important markets and growth regions, and I'm looking forward to the challenge of helping to turn that potential into reality."
Notes to Editors
About OAG Cargo
- OAG Cargo is part of UBM Aviation group, specialists in the supply of data and information products, market intelligence, news and events for the global aviation industry.
- The company provides business critical information/communication to the aviation cargo marketplace and related industries by engaging with the air cargo community, applying its understanding and adapting to the dynamics of the industry.
- The company operates from regional offices in Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States and has a network of local representatives around the world.
OAG Cargo UK Press Office
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