The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced the winners of the Corporate and Start-up/Small Business category for the 2022 Air Cargo Sustainability Awards – Edmonton International Airport (Corporate) CargoAi (Start-up/Small Business).
Edmonton International Airport was selected as the winner of the 2022 Air Cargo Sustainability Award – Corporate, for YEG’s Airport City Sustainability Campus. YEG’s Airport City Sustainability Campus is a growing hub of transportation, cargo logistics, manufacturing, sustainability, technology development and tourism. It is an integrated ecosystem that spurs collaboration and innovation while fostering the commercialization of emerging clean technologies.
CargoAi was selected as the winner of the Start-up/Small Business category of the 2022 Air Cargo Sustainability Awards. CargoAi will receive a cash prize of $10,000 and the two runners-up will receive $2,500 each. The winner was selected by the audience at the Air Cargo Forum in Miami. CargoAi recently launched Cargo2ZERO, a suite of solutions for forwarders aimed at decarbonizing the air cargo industry through use of a CO2 efficiency score.
“We congratulate Edmonton International Airport and CargoAi for winning the 4th Air Cargo Sustainability Awards. We are thrilled to see the progress that has been made in the industry on the path towards sustainability. The winners truly show a spirit of those who strive to do better not just for themselves but to create a sustainable future for the industry and our next generation.” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair
AeroVect and Elite Champ Limited, the other finalists presented their unique solutions to the audience:
AeroVect … Ground support equipment automation
Elite Champ Limited – Air Cargo Vacuum Pallet
“We are delighted to congratulate CargoAi as well as Edmonton International Airport. The Air Cargo Sustainability Awards have grown considerably this year. The strong entries show the evolution and innovation throughout the industry and are a good sign of things to come. Now and in future, sustainability will be an integral part of air cargo.” Chris McDermott, CEO, CHAMP Cargosystems