Lufthansa Cargo appoints new Vice President for Asia-Pacific to spearhead region-wide sales growth


At Lufthansa Cargo AG, one of the world’s leading cargo carriers, Helge Krueger-Lorenzen has been appointed as the Vice President of Asia-Pacific. Krueger-Lorenzen is based in Singapore and responsible for driving overall sales across the region. Today, Asia-Pacific has emerged as the world’s largest aviation market for the passenger business. For the air freight business, this region is by far the largest market already.

“Lufthansa Cargo plays an active role in the Asia-Pacific-logistics market and is well prepared for a sustainable future in this region,” said Dr. Andreas Otto, Executive Board Member Product and Sales at Lufthansa Cargo. “We are pleased to appoint Helge Krueger- Lorenzen to this key leadership role in our global organization. His talents will play a vital role in our efforts to drive cargo sales across Asia-Pacific while increasing market share and leadership.”

In addition to driving sales, Krueger-Lorenzen is also responsible for ground and aircraft handling of Lufthansa Cargo. Lufthansa Cargo provides its own freighter operation and participates in strategic joint ventures with Aerologic and Jade Cargo.

Prior to this appointment, Krueger-Lorenzen served in various key positions within the company, most recently as Vice President of Global Sales Steering where he coordinated global sales activities and projects. Prior to this position, he was also in charge of sales in the Midwest USA and Canada.

Krueger-Lorenzen holds an MBA in Economics from Frankfurt University and an MBA in International Management from McGill University in Montreal. He is married with two children and enjoys sports in his free time.

Source = Lufthansa
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