In a move that will impact the global air cargo industry, three global associations will now work together to strengthen collaboration between forwarders, handlers, and airlines, to drive unified high standards. Cargo iQ, supported by IATA, has forged a partnership with the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations and Airport Services Association to set shared goals for enhanced standard practices across the air cargo supply chain. The aim is to strengthen collaboration between forwarder, ground handler, and airline communities to achieve standards and quality. Cargo iQ completed training workshops earlier this year in Abu Dhabi. This recent development was made at Cargo iQ’s most recent board meeting that Stéphane Graber, Director General, FIATA and Fabio Gamba, Director General, ASA will attend all CargoiQ board meetings as observers and work together to intensify cooperation in the future. “FIATA, ASA and Cargo iQ share similar goals and we strive to improve standards, data use, and processes in line with shippers’ needs for a quality certification program,” said Lothar Moehle, Executive Director, Cargo iQ.
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