IGAC addresses and follows important topics within the air cargo industry. In the past and at present, we are initiating or leading the following projects.

Air Cargo Trainings

“Luftfracht Kompakt Kurse”

Training concept by the Interest Group Air Cargo Switzerland (IGAirCargo) and SPEDLOGSWISS for employees of our member companies.

Swiss Air Freight Logistics Study 2020

Swiss Air Freight Logistics Study 2020

In 2010, UniSG (HSG) supported by a group of interested sponsors, conducted a study on “airfreight as a competitive factor for Switzerland as a business location”.

Perspectives and Strategies 2021-2025

Perspectives and Strategies 2021-2025

The executive management board of IG Air Cargo discussed and assessed various options and proposals concerning the future course of action of our interest group. The objective is to further strengthen our position in the market and to offer attractive and useful benefits to our members and supporters. Therefore, new guiding principles and strategic key areas of activity were formulated.

Verkehrshaus Logistik 2020-21

Verkehrshaus in Luzern, the Swiss Transportation Museum is preparing a new Exhibition in 2020-21 with the focus on logistics in close cooperation with several industry associations.

eTrans (eTransformation)

eTrans, short for eTransformation is a community driven project to achieve concrete results and benefits from the various digitalization projects involving Air Cargo. Starting from eAWB, eFreight and the related IATA initiatives.

DataChecker Swiss Pilot

The DataChecker Pilot in Switzerland is a joint initiative of IG Air Cargo and Champ Cargosystems. The idea is to develop and test an IT solution that analyses advanced content of Air Cargo data messages when they are exchanged between Freight Forwarders and Airlines. Existing flows of FWB/FHL messages are fed to an engine to produce statistical data. Freight Forwarders in Switzerland can participate free of charge to the pilot phase till the end of 2019.

ZRH Gate 105 Opening Hours

 Small project to evaluate if longer opening hours of Gate 105 at Zurich Airport would lead to a better utilisation, more capacity, less delays or better quality. Project concluded.