Logistics and flow management includes a whole range of professions necessary for the organisation and control of the physical and document-based flows of goods and merchandise, for the purposes of supply or distribution. These professions are mainly found in Air France Industries and Air France Cargo.
Air France-KLM Cargo transports over 1.3 million tons of freight to 243 destinations, using 15 all-cargo planes and the holds of passenger planes. It is also the largest global partnership of air cargo carriers, covering the main strategic commercial routes.
The logistics process starts from the moment the merchandise is accepted (documentary and physical acceptance) until it is loaded on board planes or trucks, or alternatively from unloading to delivery.
As a core component of the airline's business efficiency, you will maximise its profitability in a particularly dynamic competitive environment by defining the strategic optimum for each route.
You will provide your skills and experience in cross-functional studies beyond the scope of your role (atypical partnership, company acquisition, new products, etc.).
You will manage interaction with the sales department (customer services, market managers, product managers) and operational department (ground cargo operations), as well as with internal departments (network, management of all-cargo aircraft, other RM entities).
Baccalaureate plus 5 years' higher education, engineering or scientific education. An engineering + business school double course would be an advantage.
Your role will include defining the pricing policy for the market and ensuring its correct application.
You will establish schedules for the various cargo products and track their performance.
You will analyse and challenge the Sales and Revenue Management organisations, while taking into account various factors such as customer needs and constraints linked with the airline network.
In liaison with international teams, you will prepare commercial offerings in collaboration with the global account managers, local contract managers and the pricing departments of the various geographical regions.
Baccalaureate plus 5 years' higher education, business school or training with a strong sales focus (engineering school, business school, Master 2, etc.)