GENEVA : MSC Air Cargo has joined The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA). Jannie Davel, Senior Vice President Air Cargo at MSC Air Cargo, said in a LinkedIn post on October 19 that the move is a “significant milestone in our journey towards excellence in the air cargo industry”.
Davel added: “At MSC Air Cargo, we are committed to delivering innovative solutions and world-class service to our clients. Joining TIACA aligns perfectly with our mission to continually improve and stay at the forefront of industry developments.
“TIACA’s global network and expertise will empower us to connect, collaborate, and contribute to the growth and innovation of air cargo on a global scale. We look forward to engaging with fellow members, sharing insights, and collectively shaping the future of air cargo.”
TIACA represents the global air cargo community: shippers, freight forwarders, ground handlers, airports, airlines, manufacturers, solution providers as well as cargo media, universities and academia.
MSC Air Cargo was launched in late 2022 and currently flies two Boeing 777-200 freighters between North America, Europe and Asia, operated by Atlas Air on an ACMI basis.