Lars J.T. Droog
Chanel Fragrances and Beauté
Sandvik Machining Solutions
Tom Erling Mikkelsen
Marine Harvest RMT
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
TIACA has set-up this Shippers' Advisory Committee to act as a bridge, understanding the shipper requirements on end and then taking them back to the players in the air freight supply chain, for creating effective and quality solutions.
SAC Position Paper
Change is needed
Shippers want predictable, reliable, secure, and sustainable distribution of their cargo globally. Our air cargo partners tell us they are working for a safe, sustainable, profitable air cargo supply chain.
Our collective vision for the estimated USD5.7 trillion worth of goods we airfreight annually should be aligned, but the reality is very different.
In practice, a lack of communication and reluctance to adopt e-freight in the traditional airfreight industry means we are losing out on quality, efficiency, and transparency, and it is time for a change. Layers of subcontracting mean that the shipper has lost control of the supply chain and we need to work together to create a “one-click” airfreight product with smart monitoring.