Traxon Europe has appointed Oliver Neerfeld as its Head of Competence Centers. He replaces Wolfgang Michler who has retired.
Frankfurt/Main, June 15, 2010. Oliver Neerfeld has been appointed Head of Competence Centers at Traxon Europe, the international e-communications services provider for the airfreight industry. He brings more than ten years’ experience in the airline industry to his new job. Previously Neerfeld has held the position of Director Marketing & Sales as well as Senior Management Consultant at Lufthansa Systems. Prior to this he had worked as SAP consulant at Schmidt, Vogel & Partner. Neerfeld studied at the German Universities of Hamburg and Hagen as well as at the Swiss Business School of Saint Gallen. He is married and has two children.
“Oliver Neerfeld brings a wealth of knowledge as well as multi-cultural competence to our organization. These will prove to be of considerable benefit to our customers. In his previous jobs he has gained experience as an IT Project Manager and Management Consultant with a strong focus on the air cargo industry. Since 2005 he had been responsible for the worldwide product sales of Lufthansa Systems cargo solution. This included cargo market research, product and tender management. We are very happy to have Oliver Neerfeld on board,” says Felix Keck, Managing Director Traxon Europe.
About TRAXON Europe
TRAXON Europe, headquartered in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), was founded in 1991. The company’s dedicated professional team provides comprehensive, leading edge electronic communication solutions and services to the airfreight industry. TRAXON Europe’s innovative products help the different partners of the air cargo supply chain to electronically manage air shipments and meet Cargo 2000, IATA e-freight, WCO (World Customs Organization) and postal requirements. They optimize global process quality, increase in-time delivery and document accuracy by eliminating sources of error. TRAXON Europe not only boosts its clients’ customer service and gives them a competitive edge but it also greens their CO2 footprint by eliminating the need for paper.
The global network of TRAXON Europe links more than 9,000 offices of forwarders and third party providers of logistics services with some 100 international airlines. TRAXON Europe generated a turnover of about Euro 9.3 million in 2009. Around 144 million messages were transmitted that year.
For more information about TRAXON Europe, visit our website at www.traxon.com.