Dubai-based airline Emirates on Sunday declared several commercial leadership developments across West Asia, Africa, the GCC, and Central Asia.
Six seasoned team members in leadership roles, all UAE nationals, will assist with driving the airline’s commercial initiatives across key markets with a strategic spotlight on rebuilding its leadership position and developing its customer base as nations keep facilitating their limitations. All of the new appointments are effective September 1, 2021.
All of the developments incorporate Emirati talent into key leadership positions, either being advanced from within the association or through portfolio pivots, supporting the airline’s commitment to career development and progression of its UAE nationals.
Adnan Kazim, Chief Commercial Officer, Emirates Airline said: “Because of the strength of the Emirates brand, our laser center around executing strategic customer and commercial initiatives, and rationally rebuilding our organization based on unmistakable interest, the airline is very much positioned in the long haul to produce further developed outcomes as we explore recuperation. The developments within the commercial team that have been set up fundamentally fortify our management structure across key markets. We’re glad for the difficult work and devotion that UAE Nationals named to these roles have exhibited to handle the challenges of the most recent year and a half, and the present declaration shows our commitment to develop seat fortitude from within.”
Jabr Al Azeeby has been selected as Vice President for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Jabr has been with Emirates for a very long time, already holding Country Manager roles in Uganda, Cyprus, Thailand, Pakistan, prior to taking on his latest job as Vice President, India and Nepal.
Mohammed Alnahari Alhashmi has been selected as Vice President for Pakistan. Mohammed plays held several parts all through his 18-year career with Emirates, incorporating management posts in Kuwait, Indonesia, Syria, the UAE, and most as of late he held the job as Vice President for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Mohammad Sarhan, who recently held the job of Vice President for Pakistan, will become Vice President, India and Nepal. Mohammad’s first post with Emirates came in 2009 in Cote d’Ivoire, and from that point forward he’s held several commercial leadership roles in Vietnam, Greece, Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia.
Rashed Alfajeer, Manager Morocco, will become Country Manager Iran. Rashed’s career with Emirates started in 2013 as a feature of the commercial manager preparing program. Rashed plays taken on several parts from that point forward, including Commercial Manager Sri Lanka, District Manager Dammam and the eastern territory in KSA, just as Country Manager Tanzania.
Khalfan Al Salami, Country Manager Sudan, will become Manager Morocco. Khalfan joined the Emirates commercial management preparing program in 2015, and proceeded to prepare further in Madrid prior to taking on a Commercial Manager job in Kuwait. From that point forward, he’s held the Country Manager job in Sudan.
Rashed Salah Al Ansari, will become Country Manager Sudan. Rashed has been with Emirates since 2017, holding different Commercial Support Manager roles in Singapore and Jordan.