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TIACA calls for an end to ‘misleading’ weight-based load factor

By Damian Brett

TIACA is calling for the air cargo industry to adopt the dynamic load factor developed by CLIVE Data Services over…

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‘Biggest product launch in the history of mankind’ set to hit general cargo

By Damian Brett

General cargo shippers using airfreight when a Covid-19 vaccine is launched are set to face capacity shortages and price hikes….

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The challenge of securing temp-controlled facilities for the Covid-19 vaccine

By Damian Brett

One of the key challenges the air cargo industry faces when it comes to the  Covid-19 vaccine supply chain is…

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Air cargo not yet prepared for Covid-19 vaccine

By Damian Brett

A survey of air cargo stakeholders has found that only 28% of the sector feels well prepared for a Covid-19…

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TIACA and Pharma.Aero partner to deliver guidance on vaccine transportation

By Rachelle Harry

TIACA and Pharma.Aero have teamed up to deliver guidance for the air cargo industry on the transportation of Covid-19 vaccines….

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Air Cargo Forum the latest event to be cancelled

By Damian Brett

Tiaca and event organiser Messe München have announced the cancellation of the 2020 Air Cargo Forum (ACF), due to take…

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TIACA begins its search for a new director general

By Rachelle Harry

TIACA has commenced its search for the newly-created role of director general. Applications for the position can be submitted, by…

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TIACA to create new director general role

By Damian Brett

Air cargo association TIACA will create a new director general role as part of its transformation programme. The association said…

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TIACA: African air cargo sector faces capacity shortage

By Damian Brett

TIACA has raised its concern that the air cargo sector in Africa could be hit with a capacity shortage on…

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TIACA pushes to facilitate airfreight as virus outbreak continues

By Rachelle Harry

At the latest Covid-19 Technical Group meeting, which took place on March 30, TIACA restated the “urgent need to provide…

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