Dronamics, the world’s first cargo drone airline, announced the appointment of Tim Martin as Chief Revenue Officer and member of the Executive team, effective 1 April.

The appointment comes as the company prepares to commercialise its operations across Europe and expand to other geographies following the completion of its test flight programme.

Martin brings nearly three decades of senior management experience across global supply chain and logistics sectors, most recently as Chief Operating Officer for Kuoni Tumlare and, formerly, as SVP Global Sales and Marketing, Asia Pacific for DHL Global Forwarding.

His experience in commercial development and strategic sales spans logistics companies including DHL Express, where he held the role of Vice President, Global Sales Strategy & Development, DHL Global Forwarding, UPS and TNT.

Commercial success

Martin has a long track record of accelerating commercial success for global organisations across Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

“As the world’s first cargo drone airline, our business model is a real differentiator on the market – we sell capacity, not aircraft. Tim’s expertise and insights, as well as his extensive international and cultural background, will be invaluable in helping us execute our commercial strategy as we gear up to roll-out our operations later this year,” said Svilen Rangelov, Co-Founder and CEO of Dronamics.

More appointments

Elsewhere, Pete MacIntyre recently joined Dronamics as Chief Legal Officer and a member of the Executive team.

MacIntyre brings two decades of global legal expertise, having managed multidisciplinary legal teams at leading technology businesses, including TikTok, Microsoft and App Annie.

Robert Harnan joined as Director of Supply Chain and External Manufacturing and a member of the Senior Management team. Harnan has extensive experience in supply chain and complex project management, including twenty years at Rolls-Royce where he led several aero engine programs. Harnan will lead the next phase of cargo drone manufacturing at scale for Dronamics, in cooperation with leading manufacturing
partners like Quickstep in Australia and Cotesa in Germany.
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