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DUBAI: July 01, 2019. Emirates SkyCargo has appointed Alyazeya Saeed and Fatma Ahli as the airline’s Cargo managers in Oman and Kuwait respectively. The two women graduated from Emirates SkyCargo’s 18-month Commercial Management programme that provides UAE nationals with jobs in the air cargo industry.

EK SkyCargo new managersAlyazeya Saeed (right of picture), now Cargo manager for Oman, joined Emirates SkyCargo in 2016 with an MBA and a BA in International Business Management. After completing the course she was posted to Taiwan for outstation training followed by a brief period working as Cargo Commercial Operations manager for Europe.

“The programme gave me an excellent grounding in general management techniques, but also an in-depth overview of the cargo business. I learned a lot that has proven to be extremely useful in my day-to-day operations in my new role in Oman,” she said.

Fatma Ahli graduated with a BA in Supply Chain Management from Abu Dhabi's Higher Colleges of Technology and was selected for the programme after joining Emirates SkyCargo in November 2016. Posted to Singapore to complete her outstation training, she became the company’s Cargo Commercial and Operation manager for the Far East and Australasia.

Commenting on her training she said: “I was really impressed with the content that we covered in the course and would recommend this type of on-the-job training to anyone who aspires to develop a career in a commercial role in a company like Emirates SkyCargo.”

Since 2014 when the programme began, over 10 UAE nationals now hold senior roles in the organization according to Divisional senior vice president Nabil Sultan. “The Commercial Management programme also plays a significant role in preparing the trainees for future responsibilities as leaders in the logistics industry,” he continued. “I am confident that both Alyazeya and Fatma will be great assets to the team and we’re very proud to see Emirati women succeed in the Cargo logistics industry.”

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