New Norway office for Air Logistics Group
Sept 28, 2016: Air Logistics Group, global GSSA, continues to expand its network with the opening of a new office located in Norway on September 1, 2016.
The office located in Oslo is being overseen by Henrik Spove, regional director Scandinavia & Finland, and on a local level the office is managed by Frank Da Cruz, Station Manager Norway.
Frank has worked in the industry for over 7 years with experience in the GSA business, as well as working for freight forwarders.
“We have identified the need for a local Air Logistics presence in this growing market,” comments Spove.
“All sales in Norway were previously managed by our office in Denmark but now we will now have a local sales presence on the ground in Norway working in co-ordination with the support team in Denmark.”
“With the growth in business we feel it is the right time to open a dedicated office in Oslo. We are excited by what the future holds for us in Norway and look forward to expanding our presence here,” concludes Spove.
The Air Logistics Group network now totals 88 offices across 48 countries.
Photo: Henrik Spove, Air Logistics Group
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