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Ex-Martinair exec pleads guilty to price fixing, jailed 14 months in US

EX-MARTINAIR vice-president Maria Christina Ullings, who was a fugitive for a decade, has been fined US$20,000 and sentenced to 14 months in prison after pleading guilty to price-fixing, said the US Justice Department

Ex-Martinair exec pleads guilty to price fixing, jailed 14 months in US

EX-MARTINAIR vice-president Maria Christina Ullings, who was a fugitive for a decade, has been fined US$20,000 and sentenced to 14 months in prison after pleading guilty to price-fixing, said the US Justice Department

28 January 2020 - 19:00

EX-MARTINAIR vice-president Maria Christina Ullings, who was a fugitive for a decade, has been fined US$20,000 and sentenced to 14 months in prison after pleading guilty to price-fixing, said the US Justice Department.

Ullings was one of more than a dozen executives implicated in the scheme when she was indicted in 2010. She was apprehended in Italy in July and extradited to the United States, Reuters reports.



Ullings was part of a price-fixing conspiracy from early 2001 to early 2006, the department said. The shipments involved ranged from heavy equipment to perishables.



The long-running probe into price fixing in the air cargo industry led to charges against 22 airlines and 21 executives, the department said.


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