Cargojet, a leading Canadian cargo airline, has announced a leadership transition plan effective from the start of the new year. The company's founder and current CEO, Ajay Virmani, will assume the role of Executive Chairman. Meanwhile, two senior executives, Pauline Dhillon and Jamie Porteous, will be promoted to the position of Co-Chief Executive Officers.
This decision has been made to ensure a smooth and seamless transition in leadership, aligning with the company's long-term goals and objectives. As part of this transition, Virmani will focus on strategic initiatives such as formulating the company's strategy, nurturing strategic customer partnerships, overseeing major asset acquisitions (including aircraft), and maintaining strong corporate governance.
Dhillon and Porteous, both highly experienced and founding members of Cargojet, will be responsible for driving the company's vision, mission, and day-to-day operations. They will play a crucial role in implementing strategic initiatives to further strengthen Cargojet's market position and fuel its future growth.
Earlier this year, Paul Godfrey assumed the role of interim chair of Cargojet after the resignation of James Crane, who left to pursue a business venture in the United States. Godfrey has been instrumental in providing guidance and support during this transition period.
Cargojet remains committed to delivering exceptional service to its customers and partners. With this leadership transition plan in place, the company aims to leverage its market expertise, optimize operational capabilities, and capitalize on growth opportunities in the dynamic cargo airline industry.
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