Saudia Cargo Appoints New Executive Director for Worldwide Operations
March 18, 2019: Saudi Airlines Cargo Company has appointed Per Hojland to the position of executive director, cargo operations worldwide.
Hojland, the Danish national who took up his new position in Jeddah, joins Saudia Cargo after having spent the past 25 years in various roles in the air cargo- and logistics industry, having worked for companies such as SAS and Spirit Air Cargo Handling, as well as logistic companies outside the aviation sector.
In his new role, Hojland will be responsible for the management of all Saudia Cargo%u2019s International operations including overseeing the standards and services world-wide.
%u201CPer has vast experience in the air cargo industry and within logistics and this will make him a great addition to our team. We look forward to him making a valuable contribution to our business and customer services,%u201D said Teddy Zebitz, chief air cargo officer, Saudia Cargo.
%u201CI am proud to be joining Saudia Cargo with its strong vision for the future and I look forward to be a part of the Saudia Cargo team and contributing to its continued success,%u201D said Hojland.
Saudia Cargo has a global network spanning four continents, 225 international destinations, and 26 domestic destinations.
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