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2014 Media Kit
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TIACA’s air cargo forum puts the focus on cooperation

By: | at 02:54 PM | Channel(s): Air Cargo  

Companies must embrace cooperative relationships that innovate, create value, and get sustainable results in order to thrive in the 21st century, delegates and visitors to TIACA’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF) will hear in Seoul, Korea, this fall.

Business guru Kate Vitasek, part of the team behind the Vested Outsourcing revolution, will explain how companies must shed an outdated win-lose mentality and rethink their approach to commerce in a headline speech at the ACF Conference Breaking Barriers, Creating Opportunities which takes place alongside TIACA’s three-day exhibition, from October 7th to 9th 2014.

“Delegates will get back to the office ready to apply Nobel prize-winning thinking that supports shifting from a “What’s in it for Me” mentality to a “What’s in it for We” approach to solving some of the toughest challenges facing our industry,” she said.

The Conference will also feature keynote speeches from the Korean Ministry of Interior/Civil Aviation, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Secretary General Raymond Benjamin, the World Customs Organization (WCO) Secretary General Kunio Mikuriya, and the Universal Postal Union (UPU) Director General Bishar Hussein, as well as TIACA Chairman Oliver Evans.

A series of workshops, panel discussions, and presentations from leading industry experts will tackle global and regional air freight supply chain issues from e-freight and advance data filing, to mail and security and will include a special focus on Asia and on Korean Shippers.

The three-day ACF Conference and Exhibition at the COEX Exhibition Centre in Seoul, Korea, will provide a networking opportunity for shippers, partners, suppliers, and regulators from across the globe and all parts of the supply chain, with hundreds of exhibitors welcoming thousands of industry decision makers.