Neutral Air Partner and TIACA join forces

Global freight network Neutral Air Partner and TIACA have entered into a partnership that will see them working together on events, networking opportunities and training initiatives globally, as well as promoting industry best practice across Asia.
TIACA secretary general Vladimir Zubkov (pictured) explained: “We have been paying increased attention to the expansion of our network and partnership in Asia. We are working on connecting TIACA members and businesses in other parts of the world to the dynamic and fast-developing Asian markets.
“Our evolving relationship with the Neutral Air Partner network promises new connections and initiatives,” he said.
Christos Spyrou, chief executive of Neutral Air Partner, noted TIACA’s “impressive” commitment to innovation and modernisation in the airfreight industry.
“We are confident that working together with partners like these will drive direct value to our global customer base, and our members will acquire extensive knowledge and industry-leading expertise,” he said.

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