Cargo IQ working group conference to be held in Abu Dhabi by Etihad Cargo
The event will bring together over 40 participants as well as online members from across the world to discuss how industry standards and digital technologies may help improve air cargo efficiency.
Etihad Cargo, the cargo and logistics arm of Etihad Aviation Group, will host the first Cargo iQ working group conference in 2023 in Abu Dhabi, the UAE's capital. The event will bring together over 40 participants as well as online members from across the world to discuss how industry standards and digital technologies may help improve air cargo efficiency
Cargo iQ is an IATA interest group dedicated to developing and implementing quality standards for the global air cargo business. The Freight iQ multi-stakeholder community collaborates to constantly enhance the air cargo customer experience.
"As a Cargo iQ member, Etihad Cargo is committed to meeting its delivery promises in full and exceeding customer requirements," said Thomas Schürmann, Head of Cargo Operations & Delivery at Etihad Cargo. "Cargo iQ and its robust Quality Management System provide global industry standards that enhance transparency and provide a benchmark for best practices that benefit the entire air cargo sector. Hosting and participating in Cargo iQ's first working group meeting of the new year demonstrates Etihad Cargo's commitment to quality.”
The Cargo iQ management team has organized 13 individual working group meetings to optimize operational procedures and the implementation of road-feeder services, care protocol, door-to-door services, and smart data, among other things.
Lothar Moehle, Cargo iQ's Executive Director, said, "The work on quality improvements never stops. Cargo iQ members are sending their experts to Abu Dhabi for a week of in-depth meetings that will facilitate the fine-tuning and enhancement of Cargo iQ methodology and regulations further. Cargo iQ members and the management team would like to extend thanks to Etihad Cargo for sponsoring this working group meeting and making these sessions possible."