01 Mar A New Office and Managing Director in Brussels

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We are delighted to announce the establishment of a new To70 office in Brussels and the appointment of Mr. Wim de Breucker as our local managing director. With a long history of working in the airline, airport and ground handling industry, and in depth knowledge of A-CDM and operations at Brussels Airport, Mr. De Breucker joins To70 in an attempt to better serve the Belgian market.

 

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Ruud Ummels
Ruud Ummels
Having spent six years in the Asia-Pacific region, working for both airport operators, as well as aviation authorities and air navigation service providers, I have helped deliver significant traffic growth at airports such as Melbourne, Singapore, Dubai, Taipei, Sydney, Guangzhou and Manila. A partner at To70 since 2011, I also contributed in our international expansion by setting up offices in Bangkok, São Paulo, Shanghai and Singapore. In the last two years my focus has shifted back to Europe working on airport and airspace planning and optimisation projects and expanding our business to Belgium, Switzerland and the UK.
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