Tiaca chiefs remain in post for 'stability' as it eyes revival of major events
Tiaca has changed its bylaws to allow chair and vice-chair Steven Polmans (left) and Sanjeev ...
In case – if you’re in the small world of air freight – you haven’t yet heard about TIACA’s PR assault this year, AirCargoWorld has done a thorough analysis of it, following a rather nice media lunch in London recently. TIACA was last year beset by sackings (well, one), new appointments and resignations. Understandably, it is keen to move on and get on with the business of supporting the embattled air freight business. Which, in part, begins with a global membership drive – although how that’s best achieved is anyone’s guess. Answers on a postcard, please. Pictured is the organisation’s chairman, Oliver Evans.
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