Federico Mosqueira is the new Director of Operations at Frankfurt Cargo Services

Frankfurt Cargo Services (FCS), the largest independent cargo handler at Frankfurt Airport, has appointed Federico Mosqueira as its new Director of Operations. The 45-year-old started the job on January 1, 2024.

Mosqueira succeeds Christoph Cyranek, who took over the position from Markus Schneefuss on an interim basis in August 2023.

“Federico Mosqueira is an absolute industry expert, has an excellent network and is already familiar with the Frankfurt location.

He is an ideal fit for FCS, both professionally and personally, and we are convinced that he will quickly help us significantly in mastering the challenges that are currently driving the cargo industry.

We would like to expressly thank Christoph Cyranek for his commitment and his great work during the transition phase,” says Claus Wagner, Managing Director of Frankfurt Cargo Services.

Mosqueira has more than 20 years of experience in the operational management of companies in the air cargo and supply chain industry. For example, he worked for LATAM Airlines in various functions (Mexico, Central America and USA) and for Qatar Airways as Manager Cargo Network Operation based in Doha.

He is familiar with Frankfurt due to his time as Director Handling Operations Europe for LATAM Airlines (Cargo). Most recently, Federico Mosqueira worked for Amazon where he was a key player to launch Amazon AIR in Europe.

Mosqueira is born in Mexico and is living in Germany for 13 years. The father of two speaks fluent Spanish, English and German.

“FCS is a big name in our industry. I am very much looking forward to this new professional challenge and I appreciate the trust FCS has in me,” says Federico Mosqueira.

“Throughout my career, I have always placed great importance on improving efficiency and increasing productivity. I maintain clear communication with my colleagues and value teamwork. My first impression of FCS is that the employees are highly motivated and want to make a difference!”