Belgian masterclass on digitisation and data sharing

Steven Polmans, chairman, TIACA

TIACA and Air Cargo Belgium, the community organisation at Brussels Airport, are holding a masterclass next month on how the air cargo supply chain can leverage digital transformation and data sharing as enablers for growth.
The two-day ‘Connected Air Cargo Masterclass’ will feature important debates, including building a connected air cargo community, using technology as an enabler, and digital transformation best practice.
It will take place at BRUcargo’s Air Cargo Academy in Brussels on January 30- 31, 2019.
The masterclass will also include a seminar on the story of BRUcloud, an open data sharing platform that enables the different stakeholders to work more “integrated” and act as a network.
“We are living in a period of great change for the airfreight industry, and it is imperative that supply chain professionals learn how to take advantage of emerging technologies and trends, as well as explore new ways of collaborating,” said Steven Polmans, vice chairman, TIACA, and head of cargo and logistics at Brussels Airport Co.
“Attendees have the option of attending an additional session, ‘From theory to practice, getting started with collaborative apps’, which looks at how to put theory into practice and even includes live demonstrations, when it takes place on February 1.”
For further information on attending the masterclass and to contact the organisers, visit aircargomasterclass.com.

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