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First TIACA Regional Event a Success

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced that the first edition of the Regional event series was a success. The series is aimed at engaging and bringing the air cargo community together to discuss issues that we are facing at a regional level. The kick-off event was held in Amsterdam and was hosted by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Topics such as sustainability, capacity challenges, market outlook, needs and expectations of shippers, digitalization, people, the future of trucking as well as security/safety and regulatory issues were covered. Event delegates took part in lively discussions and enjoyed unique Dutch hospitality and networking opportunities and enjoyed a cocktail cruise around the harbor as the event concluded. As an additional benefit for delegates who wanted to have more insight regarding cargo activities at Schiphol Airport, an all-access tour around the cargo facility was provided. 

“The success of the Regional event in Amsterdam has shown us that we have found a missing link that was needed and allows us to more intimately connect with our members and industry colleagues. This connection we feel will be invaluable in uniting the air cargo community and moving forward with the association’s vision for the industry.” Steven Polmans, Chair, TIACA

The Regional events are designed to identify specific issues on a regional level that TIACA can incorporate into our overall work on behalf of the industry. It also allows regional participants that do not normally come to our events to engage and network with us and other industry colleagues. Each event will develop a Regional Action plan that will be incorporated into TIACA strategic objectives and activities and will provide valuable guidance to TIACAs regional representatives as the Association expands its team to increase industry support.   

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