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TIACA opens call for nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame

TIACA opens call for nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) has opened calls for nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame.

TIACA’s Hall of Fame recognises air cargo professionals that play a vital role in the progress of aviation and have helped to shape and grow the industry. We therefore seek  2023 Hall of Fame nominees who have:

  • demonstrated an innovative spirit;
  • displayed outstanding leadership;
  • and contributed greatly to the development of the air cargo industry.

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“The Hall of Fame is made up of industry legends from across the globe. This year we are looking to recognise an individual that exemplifies what it means to be an industry leader that uses ingenuity and innovation to make an impact that drives our industry forward.” Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair, said.

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All nominations should be received by August 25th, 2023. The nominations received will be reviewed by TIACA’s Executive Committee. The Executive Committee will select three finalists for review and final selection by the Chairman’s Council. The selected nominee will be officially inducted into the Hall of Fame during the Executive Summit 2023 in Brussels, Belgium, November 6-8, 2023.

“Through recognising the great efforts of industry leaders we hope to inspire others to follow similar paths of greatness and build a rewarding career that has a lasting impact of the world in which we live and work.  We therefore urge our members and the industry to submit nominations of individuals that meet the criteria before the deadline of August 25th.”  Glyn Hughes, TIACA Director General, added.

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