A new TIACA initiative aims to help develop our industry’s most valued asset: young professionals
Next week - from February 13 to the 17th– young professionalsfrom various air cargo supply chain companies will visit each other's businesses with the goal of analyzing and improving the ways in which air cargo cooperates. Promoting cohesion with constructive suggestions will help further improvements in our industry.
Companies taking part include Jan de Rijk Logistics, Air France KLM, Tosoh, Valeant / Baush & Lomb, Agility and Swissport. Air Cargo Netherlands is also assisting in this initiative.
If successful, this initiative will be the start of much more to follow where we can develop young talent to be the leaders oftomorrow. This program is unique since it involves a vertical integration of supply chain with complete openness and transparency.
It has become more difficult to discover and develop cultivate talent, especially in small and medium-sized companies. This way we can think of possible internships with various supply chain companies so that we not only secure the future of talent, but also improve the cooperation with air cargo as a whole. Further development of this program will be discussed in the Education and Research Committee and the TIACA Board.