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Emirates SkyCargo appoints Ross Barnett as UK cargo manager

Posted 22 February 2017 · Add Comment

Emirates SkyCargo has appointed Ross Barnett as Cargo Manager in the UK.

Barnett, who will now be based in London, has over 30 years’ experience in the cargo industry. He joined Emirates in 1995, holding a number of positions in the company, most recently Cargo Manager for Northern England and Scotland where he was responsible for over 20 staff based in the region.

Barnett will oversee the 45 staff that Emirates SkyCargo employs in the UK, as his remit expands to encapsulate the whole of the UK, driving sales growth and ensuring operational excellence. He will oversee the cargo operations for the 18 daily passenger flights that travel between the UK and Dubai each day, alongside the two additional freighter services from Heathrow.

 

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