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Farsound Aviation appoints business development manager, Middle East

Posted 21 July 2015 · Add Comment

Farsound Aviation, has announced the appointment of Jameel Ul Rahman to the position of business development manager, Middle East.

 
With extensive logistics and warehousing experience gained in India and the UAE, Ul Rahman will be responsible for building on and expanding Farsound’s existing customer base throughout the region.
 
Ul Rahman said: “I’m very much looking forward to applying my skills to helping Farsound win new business in the Middle East. With their record and reputation for customer service, there is a very strong message to promote.”
 
David Skinner, Farsound Aviation MD, added: “We’re delighted that Jameel has agreed to join us. With his understanding of the operational side of our business and his knowledge of the region, he brings exactly the qualities we need to grow our business in the Middle East region.”
 

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