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TIACA to host new series of 4Cargo conferences, workshops

THE International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is to host the new TIACA 4Cargo Conferences and Workshops, designed for subject matter experts and thought leaders in specialised cargo domains, such as airports, sustainability and drones

25 May 2020 - 19:00

THE International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is to host the new TIACA 4Cargo Conferences and Workshops, designed for subject matter experts and thought leaders in specialised cargo domains, such as airports, sustainability and drones.

As part of its modernisation programme, the association has been working on its new events strategy and calendar to offer the air cargo community more opportunities to learn from success stories and shape the future of air cargo in specific areas of expertise.



The feedback received through a recent membership survey confirms members expect TIACA to play an active role in educating the industry on specific topics linked to economics of air cargo, infrastructure investments, operational efficiencies, as well as support in the areas of sustainability, innovation, digital transformation and attractiveness of the industry.



The new TIACA 4Cargo events, either in the form of conferences or short workshops, will contribute to meeting these expectations as TIACA events offer not only networking platforms, but also opportunities to listen to inspiring leaders, share best practices, grow knowledge, exposure and business, reported AJOT.



The first TIACA 4Cargo event will be an Airports4Cargo Conference, focused on issues that affect airports and the cargo communities they support: digital platforms, excellency in handling, efficient and sustainable processes, and talent management.



Held on June 24 and 25 in Brussels, Belgium and hosted by Brussels Airport, the two-day conference will be organised in conjunction with the opening ceremony of the new 50,000-square-metre BRUCargo facility in June.


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