Board of Airline Representatives in Germany (BARIG) secretary general, Michael Hoppe has been reconfirmed as executive board member of the Air Cargo Community Frankfurt (ACCF).
Hoppe has been part of the ACCF since its foundation in 2014, and as secretary general of BARIG, he represents the interests of over 100 national and international cargo and passenger airlines.
He says: “Active involvement in the ACCF is of great importance to us for example concerning the enhancement of infrastructure at the airport in Frankfurt as Europe’s largest cargo airport and regarding the targeted acceleration and optimisation of air cargo processes.
“Successfully implemented changes in Frankfurt can serve as a model for other locations. BARIG’s engagement in the community is thus a major component of our nationwide efforts in creating more efficient framework conditions for the air cargo and logistics industry in Germany.”
The Air Cargo and Logistics committee within BARIG is staffed by international experts and is a driver for important topics, communicating with authorities, airport operators, and forwarding and industry associations.
For many years, Hoppe has been an expert advisor for the transport logistic trade fairs for logistics and transport in Munich and Shanghai, along with the affiliated Air Cargo Europe and Air Cargo China exhibitions.