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When will air cargo’s supply-demand balance return to pre-Covid levels?

By Damian Brett

The air cargo market could see its supply-demand balance return to pre-covid levels in 2025, although that prediction comes with…

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TIACA launches industry first sustainability programme

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has officially launched the “BlueSky program”, the air cargo industry’s first sustainability assessment, validation…

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TIACA Executive Summit 2022 – San Francisco

By Damian Brett

With the “2 + 2” event in San Francisco, transport logistics Americas together with TIACA Executive Summit offer 2 days of…

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Air cargo industry set to come together for 2+2 Event

Air cargo group TIACA and event organiser Messe München say they are experiencing a great demand for their upcoming “2+2…

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Air cargo has a “long way to go” on sustainability as resources remain scarce

By Damian Brett

Air cargo supply chain companies are ramping up their focus on sustainability but there is a “long way to go”…

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TIACA’s board adds air cargo talent

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Six people have been appointed to The International Air Cargo Association’s (TIACA) board of directors. The new board members bring…

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Tiaca membership bounces back as sustainability remains a key focus

By Damian Brett

Airfreight organisation Tiaca saw its membership numbers bounce back last year after a dip in 2020 and is continuing to…

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TIACA publishes the air cargo sustainability roadmap

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has published the industry’s first air cargo sustainability roadmap.   The publication is designed…

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Polmans and Gadhia to serve another TIACA term after bylaw change

By Damian Brett

TIACA chair Steven Polmans and vice chair Sanjeev Gadhia will continue their work at the association’s helm for the next…

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Can airlines overcome supply-chain challenges to meet strong air cargo demand?

By Lewis Harper, FlightGlobal

By most accounts, the strong demand for air cargo seen during the Covid-19 pandemic is likely to continue into the…

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