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AirCArgo AsiA-PACifiC • APRIL-MAY 2015 • Page 31 people on the move Jonas van stekelenburg has been promoted to cargo director of Am- sterdam Airport Schiphol effective 01 August 2015, succeeding Enno osinga, who plans to retire in September 2015. Van Stekelenburg will be involved in the continued development of Schiphol’s cargo marketplace. In the past few years, van Stekelen- burg worked as director of Schipol’s ‘The Grounds’, where one of his focus areas was sustainability, including im- proving the airport’s energy efficiency. He was also responsible for establishing the Mainport Innovation Fund. # David Cels has been appointed coun- try manager Papua New Guinea for DHL Global Forwarding. Cels has returned to DHL after one year as a logistics con- sultant in the industrial projects sector. In his new role, Cels will be based in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea and will report directly to Tony Boll, chief executive DHL Global Forwarding South Pacific. # Global supply chain company Ceva has promoted Antonio fondevilla to executive vice president responsible for the company’s global automotive sector. The Automotive sector accounted for 24 per cent of the company’s annual revenue in 2014. Fondevilla has more than 20 years of supply chain management and automo- tive logistics experience. He joined Ceva in 2008 and most recently was vice president, global key account manage- ment, as well as the company’s interim leader of the European automotive sector. # Abu Dhabi Airports Company has appointed Eng Mohamed Mubarak Al Mazrouei as its new chief executive officer, replacing Tony Douglas, who has become chief executive of Defence & Equipment Support, part of the UK’s Ministry of Defence. # Loic gay has joined Norbert Den- tressangle to head up the Group’s air and sea division. He brings with him more than 14 years of freight management experience, having held commercial and operational positions with a number of operators. A graduate of EDHEC Business School, Gay has pursued his career both in France and internationally, notably in Belgium, Australia and the United States. Gay will oversee the next stage in the development of the company’s freight forwarding business. Norbert Dentressangle’s air and sea business reported a turnover of EUR206 million in 2014, up 42 per cent from 2013. # The British International Freight Asso- ciation (BIFA) has appointed Mike Jones as policy and compliance advisor to look after issues related to air, aviation securi- ty and dangerous goods. In his new position at BIFA, he will work with Robert Windsor, the manager of BI- FA’s Policy and Compliance Department. # Dean Moore has been appointed as national supply chain and commercial Dean Moore Daniel Dayan Loic Gay Stephen Ly manager for the owner-run logistics compa- ny Rohlig in New Zealand. In his new role, Moore will be in charge of further development of supply chain intelligence and consultancy of 3pl and 4pl solutions. His support team is currently six but New Schiphol Cargo head will soon be expanded to nine. He was previously managing director of Rohlig in the Netherlands and also spent 11 years as Auckland branch man- ager at Rohlig NZ. # Fresh food packaging company Linpac has appointed Daniel Dayan as chief executive. Dayan (51), is a mechanical engineer with experience in the chemical and building materials industries, and latterly spent eight years as chief executive of Fiberweb. Commenting on his appointment Dayan said: “It is an exciting time to be offered this opportunity with major in- vestments in sophisticated barrier films, expansion in Australia and elsewhere un- der way, as well as many other exciting projects to deliver enhanced product and service solutions for our customers. Dayan replaces David Meldram who left Linpac late 2014. # stephen Ly has been appointed man- aging director for DHL Global Forward- ing Singapore. Formerly the managing director for DHL Global Forwarding Philippines, Ly has returned to Singapore after nearly four years during which he was the head of Customs Brokerage Services, Asia Pacific and Africa for over three and a half years. # Julie Black of Chapman Freeborn has been elected to the Council of the Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA). Black, who is UK head of VIP Charter at Chap- man Freeborn, has been in the aviation industry for more than 20 years.