Ke­shav Tanna fe­lic­i­tated

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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

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