Clear pointers, direction and targets: GACAG chief
The Global Air Cargo Advisory Group (GACAG) must build on its achievements of the last two years and provide "clear pointers, direction and targets," said its new chairman, Oliver Evans.
June 6, 2013
By Donald Urquhart
The Global Air Cargo Advisory Group (GACAG) must build on its achievements of the last two years and provide “clear pointers, direction and targets,” said its new chairman, Oliver Evans. “GACAG is very much a collaborative effort and therefore each member carries equal responsibility and weight. It is a great honour for each of us to have the responsibility to speak on behalf of the entire air cargo industry, thanks to our efforts to form such a powerful coalition. We have achieved much in the past two years, but the opportunities ahead are greater still.
“Our priority must be to provide clear pointers, direction and targets in such a complex industry. I am therefore delighted that the Cargo 2000 Board has sought an ongoing dialogue with us which started last month in Brussels, as this is a perfect example of how the various industry groups and associations are now pulling together around the banner of GACAG to simplify and strengthen our processes and value proposition,” Evans said.