Pharma.Aero has established an advisory board consisting of four industry experts among its full members, each representing different segment of the air cargo supply chain: airlines, airports, freight forwarders and ground handlers.
The newly appointed advisory board members are:
1. AirBridgeCargo Airlines (part of Volga-Dnepr Group), Yulia Celetaria, global healthcare director
2. BDP International, Simona Ravera, director of Sales EMEA, LifeScience and Healthcare
3. Cargo Service Centre India, Tushar Jani, group chairman
4. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Milton De La Paz, vice president airline relations and cargo business development
“The aim of forming the advisory board is to maintain a balanced voice from our members, who represent all segments across the pharma air cargo supply chain. The advisory board will help the organisation keep a 360° view on industry trends and supply chain innovation related to pharma and life sciences”, said Nathan De Valck, chairman, Pharma.Aero.
The advisory board will work alongside with Pharma.Aero’s board of directors, taking part in regular meetings to discuss project priorities and new initiatives. Each advisory board member’s term is one year and each position is re-opened to all full members on a yearly basis.
“With collaboration being one of the main driving forces to advance in logistics sector, Pharma.Aero has moved in the right direction by bringing together all the healthcare stakeholders. The advisory board will be an excellent platform to connect, to share insights and, most importantly, to be heard with respective actions taken afterward aimed at the enhancement of pharma logistics. This will support our life-saving logistics efforts across the globe and allow us to shape more dedicated solutions for our customers,” highlighted Yulia Celetaria, global healthcare director, AirBridgeCargo Airlines (part of Volga-Dnepr Group).