Niall brings close to 30 years of experience in the air cargo industry, which started off with building pallets during his university days. Previously he worked at Seabury Cargo Advisory, Jeppesen (a Boeing subsidiary) and KLM Cargo. He holds a degree in Penal Law and lives with his wife and daughter in Amsterdam.
Glyn has been involved in Air Cargo for over 37 years having started his career with British Caledonian in the UK. He joined IATA in 1991 and become IATA's Global Head of Cargo in June 2014, where he had overall responsibility to deliver the agenda agreed by the Cargo Committee to support the Air Cargo industry. In February 2021, Glyn joined TIACA as its first Director general where he will work with the Board to deliver the organization's vision for a safe, profitable and united air cargo industry that embraces modern technologies and practices to sustainably and fairly serve trade and social development worldwide. Priority areas include safety, security, digitalization and innovation. He is dedicated to developing collaborative relationships and is a firm believer in supporting the next generation of industry leaders and innovators. Glyn spends a large amount of time on outreach programs with training and other educational establishments.
Commercial decision making in air cargo is complex. And even more so, when confronted with volatile markets, fragmented processes, legacy technology and scattered information.
At CLIVE, we believe that order and simplicity are the best response to this complexity. That is why we build applications that are just as intuitive to use as consumer apps. We call that humanized technology.
Each of our applications is focused on one process. This focus allows us to keep the user-interface complete and simple at the same time. The Performance app and the Consol app support airlines and forwarders respectively, with managing their allocations. The Selfie app provides a fresh perspective on the most recent air cargo trends.