Keshav Tanna felicitated
december 20 acaai western Region meeting also had held its meeting where all the members of the managing committee and Regional chairmen were present. Keshav tanna, Past President and member, board of advisors, was felicitated by Sl Sharma, President, acaai on his being nominated as vice President of Fiata and vice chairman of air Freight institute, which are prestigious global posts. on this occasion, Sharma mentioned that it is not only an achievement for acaai, but it is also a matter of great pride and honour for our country. in his address, Sharma, on behalf of the managing committee, assured all those present, that the team would make all out sincere and strenuous efforts for the betterment of our fraternity. He also mentioned that the managing committee is whole heartedly dedicated to the success of acaai and will look after the interests of the air cargo industry. “in spite of the fact that there are many challenges before us, we are quite confident that with the cooperation of all the players and stalwarts of the industry, we shall be able to achieve success and go forward,” he stressed. Sharma appealed to all the members to remain united and to show their solidarity towards the association.
According to Sharma, ACAAI is also emphasising on the cordial and personal relationship. “Hence, it is very important that the Members of our Association and the Office Bearers, Members of Advisory Board and the Regional Chairmen must have cordial relations with the Senior Officers of the Customs, Custodians, Airlines and other allied agencies, which would be key resolve issues by mutual interactions from time to time.
In addition, according to ACAAI, unity and clarity plays the most important role in keeping coordination and unbiased relationship among themselves as this plays a very important role in arriving at decisions with mutual understanding and fellow feelings. This has been found among all the members. “Every one is willing to help each other and this is the source of our success. We have a long way to go but we are confident that we will win the race. We would like to derive the benefit of the expertise, knowledge, experience and professionalism in the trade from our own members and communicate the same to our members,” added Sharma.
ACAAI has planned to request all its members to come forward with suggestions and ideas that can improve in the functioning of the association