Polmans and Gadhia to serve another TIACA term after bylaw change

By Damian Brett

Polmans (L) and Gadhia. Source: TIACA

TIACA chair Steven Polmans and vice chair Sanjeev Gadhia will continue their work at the association’s helm for the next two years following a change in bylaws.

The supply chain organisation said that following the “successful transformation of the association”, including a revision to the bylaws facilitating a possible second term for the chair and vice chair, the board of directors approved an additional term for Polmans and Gadhia.

“The re-appointment will allow continuity of leadership that will steer the Association through its Executive Summit in March 2022 and the Air Cargo Forum which will be held in its new home at the Miami Convention Center in November 2022,” the association said.

Polmans said: “I look forward to continuing the work that has already begun on ensuring the association is financially viable and can meet the needs of our members, who are the real drivers of this association. We will continue to ensure our efforts are membership and content-driven and will focus on the membership, advocacy, partnership, knowledge, sustainability and events.”

Gadhia added: “I am proud of the work that we have achieved, transforming the Association, particularly during such a difficult time for the industry was quite an achievement but we still have a lot of work to do and I look forward to continuing our work for the members and the air cargo industry and I appreciate the confidence the board has shown by this re-election.”

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