Entries invited for TIACA awards

The second edition of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) Air Cargo Sustainability Award is now open for applications. The competition aims to recognize outstanding businesses and industry initiatives leading the way to a more sustainable air cargo. This year, a Corporate Prize will recognize an established corporation, an international organization or a scholar with a long-standing presence in the cargo community with a one-year free membership in the TIACA ... [+]

TIACA warns of fall-off in African air capacity

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is warning that air cargo capacity between Africa and Europe has dropped by 70% compared to 2019, according to CLIVE Data Services. It is encouraging African airlines to respond by putting passenger freighter systems in place, such as those implemented by Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya ... [+]

TIACA recruits new project manager

Celine Hourcade is to join The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) as project manager from September 2019, supporting the Association’s transformation program. She brings 18 years of experience in international business, mainly in the aviation industry, working for WaveStone, Amadeus, and then for IATA for 13 years, joining its Cargo ... [+]

Towards greener airfreight

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is establishing a new working group to deliver a Sustainability Program for the industry and has signed a partnership agreement with CHAMP Cargosystems. It will include an annual Air Cargo Sustainability Award. The main objective of the competition and the Sustainability Award is to generate ... [+]

New chiefs for TIACA

Brussels Airport director of cargo and logistics Steven Polmans (left) is to take over as chairman of The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), with Astral Aviation founder Sanjeev Gadhia (right) as vice chairman. Polmans, who has served as TIACA vice chairman for two years, will replace Sebastiaan Scholte who will ... [+]

Early change for TIACA

Current TIACA vice chairman Steven Polmans will take over from Sebastiaan Scholte as chairman this summer, a few months earlier than planned. Scholte is to step down from TIACA following his departure from chief executive post at Jan de Rijk Logistics on 1 July. TIACA’s bylaws state that Board members ... [+]

TIACA seeks airfreight movers and shakers

TIACA (The International Air Cargo Association) is now accepting nominations for its annual Hall of Fame, which recognizes individuals who have made a significant difference to the global air cargo community. The winning candidate will be celebrated at the Association’s forthcoming Executive Summit in the autumn, joining a long list ... [+]

TIACA to hold Belgian airfreight masterclass

TIACA and Air Cargo Belgium are to hold a masterclass on 30-31 January to explore how the air cargo industry can take advantage of digital transformation and data sharing. The ‘Connected Air Cargo Masterclass’ at BRUcargo’s Air Cargo Academy in Brussels will feature debates on building a connected air cargo ... [+]

Military mind could teach airfreight a thing or two, says Canadian Dragon

Airfreight should learn from the military, said the founder of the OMX procurement network and supply chain platform Nicole Verkindt. Speaking ahead of TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum this October, she called on the industry to revolutionise the way it runs itself, modelled more on the global defence sector, if it ... [+]

New logo and new look for TIACA

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is rolling out a new look logo and redesigned websites to underpin its new vision supporting the development of an efficient, modern, and unified air cargo industry. TIACA says the new logo reflects its global membership, whilst building on a proud 24-year history of representing, ... [+]

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