The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA)
1990, as International Air Cargo Forum Association. Reorganized and registered in Cayman Islands, 1994. Incorporated in USA, 2004.
Act as the voice of the air logistics industry; advance its role in world trade; improve industry cooperation and innovation; provide leadership in expanding global commerce through distribution by air; share knowledge and enhance quality and efficiency; develop vehicles for education and trade.
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Board of Directors, comprising Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary General, Immediate Past Chairman and 14 members. Committees (7): Audit; Compensation; Education and Research; Events; Industry Affairs; Chairman's Council; Business Development.
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