As head of cargo for Qatar Airways, Uli Ogiermann is quite familiar with rapid growth. The ascent of Qatar’s cargo arm under his leadership has been nothing short of meteoric, with the combination carrier rising from thirteenth place two years ago, to third place in 2016, in terms of cargo volumes carried.
However, “growth and capacity isn’t everything,” he cautioned. “It must be accompanied by a focus on quality. If you have a big operation with nonperforming infrastructu...
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