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Astral Aviation Outlines its Commitment of Transporting COVID-19 Vaccines To and Within Africa Article submitted by Astral Aviation Limited – TIACA Trustee and Board Member
So what is the overall take away from the Digital Air Cargo Forum, held December 1st and 10th? The underlying theme that everyone seemed to be talking about during the event, was unity, collaboration and transparency.
Drone Service Providers and Shipping Container Solutions Dominate 2020 TIACA Air Cargo Sustainability Awards
On December 10, TIACA celebrated outstanding solutions and products spearheading air cargo into a more sustainable and responsible future.
Since Neutral Air Partner (NAP) was launched, our aim has been to inject a greater degree of advanced air cargo expertise into the logistics industry, revive specialization, and providing leading-edge air cargo solutions to the global supply chain as well as the logistics and aviation community.
Our mission has been to consolidate the air cargo logistics community and set new standards of excellence for our members, by building competitive advantages through technology adoption, developing innovative air cargo products and services, and by promoting sustainability.
Polar Air Cargo Worldwide is on a journey to be the world’s most sustainable cargo airline. To achieve this goal, we are focused on digitizing our operations, fostering a culture of learning that makes our team best prepared for the future, and driving toward environmentally sustainable practices.
In this article I want to stimulate to question ourselves: Am I leading still in the right way ?
In 2020 the Leadership style has become more important, as we saw and still see shifting activities and staff members able to work from home away from their usual offices. Being more at home and less present in the office means changes, both for the employer as well as for the employee, thus for all of us.
The second week of TIACA’s Digital Air Cargo Forum continued with the underlying theme of collaboration and the importance of air cargo. While each session was focused on a specific topic, Cargo4Vaccines, Drones4Cargo and UnitingAirCargo these factors consistently contributed to the discussions.
Key take a ways from the sessions are as follows:
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