Wednesday, May 22, 2024
BRUCargo issues organisational update

BRUCargo issues organisational update

The cargo team at Brussels Airport is still growing, with BRUCargo having recently welcomed Dimitri Bettoni within the Brussels Airport Cargo family as Head of Cargo Product & Network Development, as well as announcing the promotion of Sarina Wolfs her new role as Head of Logistics Real Estate.

“We are thrilled to announce that Dimitri Bettoni has joined Brussels Airport as a permanent member within our leadership team as Head of Cargo Product & Network Development,” BRUCargo said.

With over 20 years of experience in the industry, including serving in various leadership roles at Swissport Cargo Services, Aviapartner, DHL, Bettoni brings a wealth of expertise and a strong network to support BRUCargo’s ambitious 2023 goals and growth strategy towards 2027.

Initially having started as an external consultant, Bettoni successfully bridged the period since his predecessor’s departure till now. During this time, he provided continuity to ongoing projects, supported and led the Product & Network team, and added further value through his network and expertise. 

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Bettoni will continue to foster the team, and drive BRUCargo’s product and network development adding more connections, even closer partners and quality volumes to its cargo & logistics business.

“We are pleased to announce that Sarina Wolfs will take on the role of Head of Logistics Real Estate, effective 1 May. Having joined our team in March 2022 in the role of Development Manager Logistics Real Estate, and coming from previous Real Estate leadership roles at NMBS, Sarina brings with her a wealth of experience in the real estate industry, particularly in logistics developments and property management,” BRUCargo said.

In her previous roles, Wolfs managed large-scale projects and developed strong relationships with key stakeholders in the industry, and at Brucargo in particular. Her skills in identifying and developing new business opportunities, as well as her ability to effectively manage teams and projects, will be critical in achieving BRUCargo’s growth ambitions and goals.

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Wolfs passion for real estate, combined with her commitment to delivering exceptional customer service, collaboration and care for BRUCargo’s team and for a safe and attractive working environment for it customers, aligns with the company’s values.

Wolfs will lead the further growth of its logistics real estate portfolio with her team. Collaborating with the asset management leadership team, as well as with the commercial real estate team, they will make sure we collectively leverage its best practices.

BRUCargo’s team is committed to deliver exceptional customer service, by collaboration and care for it new developments and Real Estate portfolio. 

“We want to create and maintain a safe and attractive working environment for our customers and create an even greater success for our company in the logistics real estate sector,” BRUCargo said.

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