The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has launched an initiative to attract members from the United Nations designated least developed countries.
As part of our commitment to Sustainability, the Board of Directors have approved a discount on membership dues for companies headquartered in one of the countries identified as least developed by the UN.
“We talk a lot about People, Planet and Prosperity, with this initiative we are taking action.” says Glyn Hughes, TIACA Director General.
“For us, this was an ethical decision. We needed to make the membership dues affordable to those who might not normally afford them and this way we can increase inclusivity.
“By doing this, we are creating an equal opportunity for companies from these countries to join the association and network with the international air cargo community.”
Key points of the initiative:
• 75% discount to members and applicants for the 1st year of membership
• 50% discount to members thereafter, whilst their country remains with such UN designation
• Member company must be headquartered in one of the countries listed by the UN as least developed List of countries that qualify.
“I am proud we have taken this initiative.“ stated Steven Polmans, Chair.
“Our industry must support the growth of these air cargo communities for the betterment of our entire industry.
“By supporting them, we will do our part to helping make these communities more prosperous as air cargo is a key enabler for economic growth.
“TIACA’s programs will also benefit considerably as diverse perspectives reflecting different market realities will help contribute significantly to our development”.