Thursday, May 23, 2024
TIACA Appoints Eric Hartmann as Regional Representative – Latin America

TIACA Appoints Eric Hartmann as Regional Representative – Latin America

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) appoints Eric Hartmann as its Regional Representative – Latin America.The appointment of Eric Hartmann supports the mandate from TIACA’s Board of Directors and its members to have and maintain a regional presence in key areas across the globe. As a Regional Representative Eric Hartmann will enhance member relations within Latin America by networking and building relationships with current and prospective members, regional bodies and the respective government agencies. Eric is also tasked with promoting and implementing TIACA policies and positions within the region.

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“We are excited to welcome Eric Hartmann to the TIACA Team. With Eric’s many connections throughout Latin America and his experience and knowledge of the air cargo industry, we are sure we will be able to increase our presence throughout Latin America and in turn increase the value for all of our members,” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair, said.

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“I’m looking forward to being part of TIACA’s team in contact with all the participants in the region which make Air Cargo, our exciting industry move successfully.  As an Association I’m convinced we can make important things happen,” Eric Hartmann, Regional Representative, Latin America, added.“Latin America is just one of the regions TIACA is looking to increase our presence and we are excited to have Eric on board. We are still looking for a  representative to fill the role within North Asia, Africa/Middle East and Asia Pacific. We also happen to be looking for an Assistant Manager – Operations in Miami, so if you know anyone qualified, pass the listing along to them. We look forward to growing the TIACA Team to help support our members and the industry, ” Glyn Hughes, Director General, stated.

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