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New sales and marketing director at Cargo Composites

New sales and marketing director at Cargo Composites

Cargo Composites, a manufacturer of composite cargo containers and pallets for the air transport sector, has appointed James Rigby as its director of marketing and sales.

In his new position, Rigby will push ahead with the firm’s global expansion and pave the way for the further enhancement of the company’s innovative and cost effective product portfolio.

Rigby has been associated with the air transport sector for more than 20 years. During this career, he progressed through various positions in the ground and flight operations sector before joining a major unit load device (ULD) management company; he then moved to Etihad Airways as its cargo handling manager.

Cargo Containers president and chief executive officer, Tom Pherson says: “James Rigby is in every respect an absolute expert in the ULD business. He brings with him many years of experience and an excellent knowledge of both the airline industry and the ULD sector.

“With James, we’ll be able to intensify our cooperation with our customers and acquire new ones. As a result, we’ll be able to further increase our market share.”

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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