SASI WORLD and TRB join hands for a U.S. airport based project
SASI and TRB sign an agreement to work on a research project. The objective of this project is to develop a guidebook for U.S. airports to help modernize their airport cargo facilities, processes and operations.
Strategic Aviation Solutions Int’l (SASI World) and The Transportation Research Board (TRB) enter into an agreement as a part of the National Academy of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine in the United States — to commence work on an extensive research project: Modernizing Air Cargo and Infrastructure at U.S. Airports, managed by the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP).
The objective of this project is to develop a guidebook for U.S. airports of all types and sizes to help modernize their airport cargo facilities, processes and operations in coordination with key logistics stakeholders. The guidebook will address the optimization of a multimodal approach to facilitate the flow of commerce and the movement of goods in coordination with on- and off-airport facilities and services.
Leading the team from our SASI World USA headquarters will be Mark Diamond and Charles Edwards, fully supported by the global team of SASI World. In announcing the award, Stan Wraight president and CEO of SASI World commented “SASI World is truly honored to be awarded this contract and our agreed mandate to deliver Head Office - Strategic Aviation Solutions International LTD. 409-111 Rue Vinet Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3J2W2 a true, value-added guidebook that will have practical and implementable solutions for airports to meet the challenges that the next decades will present.
Never before has the world realized and accepted the tremendous importance of air cargo logistics to the wellbeing of our aviation industry and the stakeholders involved, including airlines, airports and industries that depend on these services. In recognition of this importance, SASI World will involve a global network of experts in industry best practices to fulfill the ACRP project mandate. The resulting guidebook will be as user-friendly as possible so that implementation of the team’s recommendations can be done as quickly as possible.”