The FIATA General Meeting is the governing body of the federation. The general meeting passes resolutions that set the course for the organization’s work and monitors progress on their achievement. They meet once a year to hold elections of leadership and members; validate the annual report, budget and financial statements; and approve business conditions and regulations.

FIATA is constituted of a presidency, responsible of the executive management of the organization; an extended board, who plays an advisory role to the presidency; and the head office who – under the direction of the presidency – determines and implements the strategic plan for FIATA to achieve its objectives. 

FIATA relies on its institutes, advisory bodies, working group and regions to provide advice on technical and policy issues concerning land-, sea-, air- and multimodal transport; logistics and customs; trade concessions; information technology, and more.

FIATA members are spread across four regions: Africa and Middle East, Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe.

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