TIACA’s 2023 Insights Report Reveals Air Cargo is Driving Sustainability Forward
The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) releases the third annual comprehensive study undertaken on the sustainable transformation of the air cargo industry.
TIACA Receives ATN’s International Organisation of the Year Award
The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has been selected to receive the ATN International Orgranisation of the Year Award during the 2023 Air Transport Symposium in Montreal.
Air Cargo Industry Responds to Earthquake Tragedy, but Support Needed from Partners
The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) praised the immediate and collaborative responses demonstrated by the entire air cargo industry following the tragic events in southern Turkey and northern Syria, From the establishment of humanitarian air bridges to making staff and capacity available to international agencies and NGOs.
Why I’m Bullish on the Future of the Air Freight Market
A friend of mine likes to say that the world’s biggest challenges are also an entrepreneur’s greatest opportunities – and our industry is certainly in challenging times.
Entrepreneurship and innovation go hand in hand. It is hard to create something no one else has done before and do this against the traditions of an established industry. It takes fresh new thinking, and use of new technologies to create your prototypes, modeling and testing as well as new partnerships in engineering, design, and finance.
Opinion “2023 Outlook”
Over this year, CargoAi has continued to remain true to our mission to bring the best available technologies to airfreight; while leveraging our unique position between demand and supply in air freight procurement, to continue to drive the enablement of an efficient and connected airfreight ecosystem.
Focus on Market Trends for 2023
As warnings of a global recession spread, we need to continue to focus on market trends.
Global air cargo volume – known as an early indicator for consumer products demand – has slumped since early 2022, showing a 5% decline Year To Date after an initial strong recovery in 2020 and 2021.
Air Cargo Outlook 2023
The air cargo industry is always subject to a multitude of influences and the current downturn in demand is a logical consequence of what is impacting global consumers. High inflation, high interest rates, high energy costs and concern over job security have compounded to create an air of defensive consumer spending, in which case discretionary spending is pulled back.
TIACA supports its members and works with industry partners and regulators to advocate and drive change for a safe, profitable and united air cargo industry that embraces modern technologies and practices to sustainably and fairly serve trade and social development worldwide.