TIACA Receives Nominations for the 2022 Air Cargo Sustainability Awards


The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) is now accepting entries for the fourth edition of the Air Cargo Sustainability Awards, which it has organized since 2019. The aim is to recognize companies and industry initiatives that stand out for their work towards more sustainable development. sector.

Based in Miami, it is the only not-for-profit association representing all parts of the air cargo industry. For this event, he is sponsored by CHAMP Cargosystems, a leading provider of integrated IT solutions and transport chain optimization services.

The participation of stakeholders who demonstrate practical solutions for positive operational change is encouraged. Initiatives should be aligned with one of the eight key objectives for sustainable air cargo defined in the TIACA Sustainability Roadmap.

Domains and objectives


  • Decarbonize
  • Eliminate waste
  • Protect biodiversity

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  • Support local economies and communities
  • Improving life and well-being

Culture and Leadership

  • Improve efficiency and profitability
  • Attract, retain and develop employees
  • Building and maintaining partnerships

A business award will be given to an organization with a proven track record in the industry, while an emerging and small business award will recognize a company that is building its presence in the air cargo world. The goal, according to TIACA, is to provide financial support to help them grow.

Shortlisted candidates will have access to exclusive association events and may advertise in the organization’s communication products.

“We are delighted to launch a new edition of the Air Cargo Sustainability Awards,” said Steven Polmans, President of TIACA. “Over the past few years, we have received many strong applications and we are delighted to see all the innovation and progress made by our industry,” he added.

Applications will be accepted until September 2. The selected finalists will present their initiatives at the next Air Cargo Forum, to be held November 8-10, 2022 in Miami.

In 2021, the winners were United Cargo and XFret. The US airline’s cargo division won the award for developing the Eco-Skies Alliance, an initiative that brings corporate customers together through a program to purchase sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). XFret, based in Toulouse, has developed a container that can be placed in the empty seats of commercial aircraft cabins to optimize their capacity and fuel consumption.


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