Innovation, yes, but will this prize-winning idea drive real change in air cargo?

March 11, 2019 Alex Lennane

It’s the eve of IATA’s World Cargo Symposium, this year in Singapore.
It’s the usual suspects, and the usual topics; but tomorrow also brings IATA’s third Innovation Awards, with a prize of some $20,000 at stake to help the winning team develop its idea.
Introduced six years ago, when air cargo looked stultified and was lacking progress, particularly in technology, innovation was something desperately needed by the industry. And still is.
Which makes ...

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