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MIAMI/LUXEMBOURG: June 18, 2019. The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is to define and deliver a Sustainability Programme for the air cargo industry supported by a partnership with CHAMP Cargosystems.

One of the highlights of the project is launching a yearly Air Cargo Sustainability Award, beginning at TIACA’s Executive Summit (ES) later this year. The main objective is to generate ideas and appreciate and stimulate Sustainability initiatives in the air cargo sector.

TIACA CHAMP SustainabilityTIACA and CHAMP will work with members, partners, and industry representatives to establish a common vision on Sustainability.

“Sustainable development means being able to meet the business needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to find solutions to their own commercial challenges,” declared Steven Polmans, incoming TIACA chairman and director Cargo and Logistics at Brussels Airport Company

“The development of long-term strategies and investment to achieve a sustainable industry is key to guaranteeing the future of air cargo and TIACA, as the only organisation representing all sectors of the supply chain, is in a unique position to drive that development,” he continued.

A Sustainability Committee will be created by TIACA to act as a working group to build the programme and monitor delivery of the initiatives, including at least one panel discussion or presentation focused on Sustainability at each of its events.

“CHAMP Cargosystems is extremely pleased to establish this Sustainability initiative in partnership with TIACA,” said CEO Arnaud Lambert. “Our commitment stands to jointly create a programme that will have a positive global outcome − first for society and then for business.

“All this can only be done in synergetic collaboration with all industry players. Ultimately, each of us is responsible for tomorrow’s world and we are accountable for the future state of the Earth − not only for us, but also for those who will inherit it.”

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