The Rise and Rise of the Integrators: Part Three

In the final installment of his in-depth article, Paul Jackson, chairman of Triangle Management Services, brings us up to the modern day.

By the mid-1980s, TNT was firing on all four cylinders and investing 18 % in Airborne, a US-based freight forwarder with an overnight US air network – seen at the time as a move of genius. However, Abeles was thwarted by US regulations against foreign ownership of airlines and a determined management who awarded themselves ludicrous “golden parachutes” – high-value termination contracts in the event of takeover.

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