Çelebi Delhi becomes First Indian Cargo Handler to complete TIACA’s Sustainability Program

Çelebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management, at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first Indian cargo handler to participate in and complete the highly esteemed BlueSky Sustainability program offered by The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA). Çelebi’s commitment to sustainable practices is a testament to its role as a responsible stakeholder in the aviation industry and has set a benchmark for the Indian cargo handling industry.

Çelebi has diligently scored in all sustainability standards set by TIACA’s BlueSky program. This comprehensive program focuses on the environment, society, culture, and leadership, with an emphasis on reducing carbon emissions, conserving resources, supporting communities, improving quality of life, and enhancing efficiency. By diligently following this program, Çelebi is committed to achieving a broad spectrum of environmental and operational goals.

Reflecting on this remarkable achievement, Mr. Kamesh Peri, CEO, Çelebi Delhi Cargo Terminal Management, commented, “At Çelebi, we have always looked for innovative and environmentally sustainable ways to enhance our ground handling services. We’re thrilled that our efforts have been recognised and that we are now India’s first cargo handler to complete the BlueSky Sustainability programme of TIACA. This accomplishment demonstrates our dedication to environmental protection and sustainability. We are wholly committed to supporting the Indian aviation sector in achieving its carbon-neutral objectives.”

Mr. Glyn Hughes, Director General of TIACA, also congratulated, stating, “We congratulate Çelebi Aviation for undergoing the TIACA BlueSky assessment program for their Delhi location. The results reflected some impressive scores in relation to workforce management and business efficiency which are key components of a sustainable strategy.”

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