Volga-Dnepr’s Ekaterina Andreeva joins Breakbulk Europe Program Advisory Board

Volga-Dnepr’s Ekaterina Andreeva joins Breakbulk Europe Program Advisory Board 12/09/2021

Breakbulk Events & Media, one of the famous and long-standing breakbulk media supporters, has presented its Breakbulk Europe Program Advisory Board, consisting of experienced industry leaders providing representation of voices from key breakbulk and project cargo sectors.

Volga-Dnepr Group has been privileged to take one of the leading roles in Advisory Board with Ekaterina Andreeva, Commercial Director of Volga-Dnepr Airlines, joining other experts to make a difference in the sector and put forward the relevant topics which will facilitate the decision-making process, gain more visibility to the problems and, at the end of the day, influence business efficiency. Having previously spoken on a number of breakbulk events, both offline and online, Ekaterina has a 360-degree industry view and will be able to bring up points of paramount importance for all the stakeholders.

Ekaterina Andreeva highlights: “I think the pandemic served as an eye-opener for nations, countries and governments, who became aware of the importance of air cargo and uninterrupted supply chains. No one thought much of air cargo prior to COVID-19. And then people realized it’s a very important part of the transport sector. We did a lot of projects in the pandemic which really helped to reopen the world and make the world a safer place. I am happy to be part of the Advisory Board as this will be the perfect communication channel which will influence all the audiences, including young talents who might be thinking about joining the industry.”

Volga-Dnepr Group has been participating in Breakbulk events for more than 15 years. Being located and held in various regions, Breakbulk exhibitions and conferences serve as an excellent platform to network, cooperate and discuss hot topics. For more information - https://europe.breakbulk.com/Page/breakbulk-europe-2022-advisory-board

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