Celine Crahay of 3CeL SaRL to address sustainability at Air Cargo Tech Summit
The Air Cargo Next editorial team is pleased to announce that Celine Crahay, founder and managing director of consultancy 3CeL SaRL, will join a panel discussion on sustainability during the second Air Cargo Tech Summit in Brussels on Sept. 18-19.
The session, “Sustainability in air cargo equipment and fuel: How far can we go in 2023,” will begin at 3:45 p.m. local time on Sept. 18 at the Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place.
View the full event agenda here.
Crahay brings an extensive background and wealth of knowledge to logistics and sustainability practices in aviation since founding 3CeL SaRL in 2014. Crahay consults with clients in process optimization, environment management, risk assessment, audits and gap management, among other areas of expertise.
“Environmental sustainability will sooner, [rather] than later, dictate how economically sustainable a business is,” Crahay told Air Cargo Next. “All the hot topics of ACTS23 — digitalization, innovation, solutions, automation — should aim towards making our air cargo industry sustainable.”
She added: “Not only upcoming regulations, potential penalties, but also market attitude — consumer deciding whether to buy based on where the product has been produced, how it has been shipped — will influence the speed of adoption of the innovative solutions that already exist and the range of those that still need to be explored.”
Air Cargo Tech Summit 2023 will provide two days of discussions, panel conversations and networking events with experts in the airfreight industry. Some topics to be addressed include digital booking, innovations in ground handling and warehousing, digital records, drones and more.