TIACA appoints new board members

TIACA has added five new members from Asia, Europe, and North America to its Board of Directors as it continues to expand its scope of representation.
The new board members come from a range of companies: an integrator, a charterer, an all cargo carrier, and an airport company are all represented.
TIACA secretary general Doug Brittin said: “TIACA is the only association representing every part of the global supply chain and our Board of Directors reflects that breadth and diversity.
“They bring important insight into the issues facing different areas of our industry, adding richness and diversity to our leadership.
“We are looking forward to working with them and benefitting from their expertise and experience.”
The new board members are: Amy Smith, head of customs and regulatory affairs, DHL Express (US); Chee Meng Wong, senior vice president, cargo services, SATS; Russi Batliwala, chief executive officer, Chapman Freeborn Airchartering; Oliver Gritz, chief commercial officer, managing director Europe, Worldwide Air Logistics Group; and Greg Guillaume, senior vice president – strategic Development – Atlas Worldwide Holdings.

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