Lufthansa Cargo has announced the appointment of several new managers in its Product & Sales division this summer.
Frank Naeve will be responsible for the Area Management Asia/Pacific as Vice President. Naeve is currently in charge of the eCargo programme, a key element of the future strategy Lufthansa Cargo 2020. In the past he already served in various executive positions in Asia, among others as General Manager of the Chinese cargo airline Jade Cargo International.
Naeve will succeed Helge Krüger-Lorenzen, who is to become Vice President Capacity Management at Lufthansa Cargo. With a degree in economics, Helge Krueger-Lorenzen has worked for the Lufthansa Group since 1987 and overseen Lufthansa Cargo’s business in Asia/Pacific since September 2010. He was previously in charge of Global Sales Steering. In his new position he will be responsible for Market & Network Planning as well as Revenue Management.
Boris Hueske, currently leading Capacity Management on an interim basis will be taking over a new responsibility within Lufthansa Cargo, which will be communicated in due course.
The Capacity Management team was newly created this spring as part of the reorganisation of the Product & Sales division. The same applies to Global Sales Management, which will be headed by Dorothea von Boxberg. Von Boxberg has been with the Lufthansa Group since September 2007 and is currently the responsible Director for Customer Experience at Lufthansa Passenger Airlines. In addition, she previously served as head of the strategy department among other positions. In her new function she will be Vice President in charge of world-wide pricing and the cargo airline’s sales strategy and steering. In his new position he will be responsible for Market & Network Planning as well as Revenue Management. Boris Hueske, currently leading Capacity Management on an interim basis will be taking over a new responsibility within Lufthansa Cargo, which will be communicated in due course.
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Lufthansa Cargo ranks among the world’s leading cargo carriers. In the 2014 business year, the airline transported around 1.7 million tonnes of freight and mail and sold 8.6 billion revenue tonne-kilometres. The company currently employs more than 4,500 people, worldwide. Lufthansa Cargo focuses on the airport-to-airport business. The cargo carrier serves around 300 destinations in more than 100 countries with its own fleet of freighters, the belly capacities of passenger aircraft operated by Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines, and an extensive road feeder service network. The bulk of the cargo business is routed through Frankfurt Airport. Lufthansa Cargo is a wholly owned Lufthansa subsidiary of Deutsche Lufthansa AG.