The FIATA HQ Meeting is the annual gathering of Members. This internal meeting addresses organisational strategic priorities, as well as progress made on projects impacting the international freight forwarding community.
The 2022 event will be held in Geneva, Switzerland on 17-20 May 2022 at the CICG – the International Conference Centre Geneva and is titled "Reconnect".
FIATA members have until Sunday 1 May to register in-person or online to make your contribution and discuss with the key international organisations who have confirmed their presence:
UNCITRAL, UNECE, WTO, UNCTAD, ITC, ILO, UNESCAP, ICC, IATA, IRU, UIC, ICHCA, TT Club, Change Horizon, TIACA, the World Bank, DCSA, and Global Shippers' Forum.
The key themes which will be addressed in FIATA Institutes and Bodies sessions at the FIATA HQ Meeting 2022 include:
For the Advisory Body on International Affairs:
For the Advisory Body on Information and Technology:
For the Advisory Body on Legal Matters:
For the Advisory Body Safety and Security:
For the Airfreight Institute:
For the Customs Affairs Institute:
For the FIATA Logistics Institute:
For the Multimodal Transport Institute
For FIATA Regions:
For more details about the timing of each session, click here.
Should you have any questions regarding this event, please reach out to the FIATA Events team at [email protected].
The 2021 edition took place from 22-25 March under the theme "Driving the change". It offered a platform for FIATA bodies to discuss their annual work plan; provided capacity-building sessions for members; hosted high-level dialogues; and allowed members to meet the HQ team in Geneva.
Despite being held online due to the pandemic, the event welcomed over 300 participants to these four days of meetings, with 31 sessions taking place, and over 1,000 virtual connections made. See the 2021 FIATA Week in numbers.
The next FIATA HQ will take place in May 2022; exact dates and place will be announced at a later stage.
For questions regarding this event, please contact the events team at [email protected].