Mumbai, India, 22nd of February, 2018
Nathan De Valck, chairman of Pharma.Aero: “The initiative to bring our members together in one pavilion at Air Cargo India and our participation in the shippers forum underline Pharma.Aero’s ambition to shape the future of the air cargo industry. Clustering Pharma Shippers together with airports and operators under our Pharma.Aero umbrella, creates strong synergies.”
The Pharma.Aero pavilion is a cross-‐industry initiative, on which different operators are clustered together with airports and Pharma Shippers. On the pavilion, the participating strategic members of Pharma.Aero were Mumbai International Airport, Brussels Airport, Miami International Airport, Changi Airport Group and Sharjah Airport. Also on the pavilion, full members Brussels Airlines Cargo, Singapore Airlines Cargo and Expeditors joined together with two of our associate members, e-Cargoware and 4Advice. Amerijet, Pentafreight and Cargo Service Center officially signed their new full memberships at Air Cargo India.
Manoj Singh, Senior Vice President & Head – Cargo at Mumbai International Airport and board member of Pharma.Aero: “as a strategic member of Pharma.Aero, Mumbai Airport hosted the Pharma Shippers Forum and we will further follow‐up on this initiative. It is an opportunity for our cargo community to become the industry leader for life science air cargo products in India.” Brussels Airport took the lead in organizing this Pharma Shippers forum, bringing many International Pharma Shippers together. The forum gives them a platform to discuss and share knowledge, ideas and concerns.
Frank Van Gelder, Secretary General of Pharma.Aero:” Our membership is growing fast. The great interest shown for joining our organization by our members convinces me that Pharma.Aero can set new standards and bring evidence‐based analysis, something this industry desperately needs. A warm “welcome on board” to all our new members!”.