TIACA goes Kazakhstan

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) will hold its first event in Central Asia. It is scheduled to take place June 19-21 in Astana, the country’s capital city. The decision follows consultations with the Kazakh Republic’s Ministry of Transport, the Civil Aviation Committee and the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (AAK), that will host and co-organize the conference. It is part of TIACA’s focus on regional topics that matter to the air freight industry and connect attendees with new ideas to develop and build upon. The event will be themed Silk Road in the Sky – Kazakhstan Air Cargo Hub.

New region, new city, new experience: TIACA invites the industry to attend its Astana event  –  courtesy: TIACA 

Kazakhstan is a thriving and growing economic influencer between China, India, the Middle East and Europe, possessing large oil reserves as well as minerals and metals. It also has considerable agricultural potential, for both livestock and grain production as well as apples, walnuts, and other crops. 

It aims to attract significant foreign funds as it seeks to develop the non-oil sector of its economy, focusing on the automotive industry, pharmaceuticals, processed metal products, mechanical engineering, as well as light industry, construction, and information and communications. 

 “We are excited to support economic growth and promote a flourishing and expanded logistics industry by working with the AAK to organize a first-class conference, which will bring together over 300 decision makers from the local community and across the globe to network, showcase their expertise and solutions, as well as to learn and debate pressing issues affecting the Central Asian region,”  Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair exclaimed. 

Catalin Radu, Director General of Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan responded with these words: “We are thrilled to have been chosen by TIACA to host their first event in Central Asia. As a strong supporter of international collaboration and exchange, we are honored to welcome the global air cargo community to join us in Astana.” 

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