TIACA heading to Kazakhstan this month

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced its conference program and the location of its upcoming TIACA Event – Central Asia. The choice has fallen on Astana, Kazakhstan, and the event will run from 19JUN-21JUN24. It is a joint event held by The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA), the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and the Civil Aviation Committee and the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (AAK), and will be held at the Hilton Astana. The hotel is very close to the Mega Silk Way shopping and dining area, and five kilometers from Bayterek Tower, offering panoramic views over Astana. As is tradition, the event will kick off with a cultural tour followed by an evening reception for attendees. “A robust conference program has been developed and is aimed at not only supporting the development of Kazakhstan as an air cargo hub,” the release promises. The agenda includes titles such as ‘the Silk Road in the Sky’ and will cover both regional as well as global issues within the cargo industry, such as: a new vision for economic prosperity, industry regulatory framework and multi-modal logistics and the TransCaspian corridor; cargo industry overview, building air cargo hubs, air cargo trends, eCommerce, sustainability and SAF. It will be available in Kazakh, English and Russian.

TIACA goes Central Asia – to Kazakhstan, in fact. Image: TIACA

Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair, outlined: “The TIACA Event – Central Asia aligns with many key points in the organization’s mission by supporting the birth of an air cargo hub within Central Asia. The conference program ensures we are delivering a first-class experience for attendees while showcasing the region and underlining the importance that air cargo has within the global framework. We look forward to drawing the industry to Astana.”

Catalin Radu, Director General of Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan, enthused: “We are excited to welcome delegates to Astana for both a full conference program, networking and of course the culture. We look forward to seeing you soon.”

Glyn Hughes, TIACA Director General, stipulated: “We are excited about the conference program that includes so many topics that are important on both regional and global levels. TIACA conferences have consistently brought a refreshing breath to the conference circuit by ensuring the sessions are lively, relative to the audience and allows experts to share their knowledge.”

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