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ACE and Budapest Airport connected to present an Air Cargo Logistics Event in Budapest

ACE and Budapest Airport connected to present an Air Cargo Logistics Event in Budapest

ACE and Budapest Airport have partnered to organize the ACE Air Cargo Logistics event & the BUD Cargo Day, scheduled for October 7–9 2024 in Budapest, Hungary. ACE 2024 will be hosted at the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Budapest, coinciding with the 7th edition of the esteemed BUD Air Cargo Day conference.

The event awaits interested parties with a high-quality professional program that, with the participation of leading industry experts in air cargo and logistics, provides a 360-degree overview of local, regional and global air cargo news, challenges and current trends.

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ACE & BUD Cargo will provide exclusive networking experiences in an elegant atmosphere, including a powerful one-to-one meeting scheduler and solution-driven presentations, offering many opportunities to build and strengthen long-lasting partnerships. ACE & the BUD Cargo Day 2024 will showcase the latest trends and developments in air cargo logistics, featuring panel discussions with industry-leading experts, numerous networking opportunities and the prestigious BUD Cargo Awards gala, honoring outstanding contributions to the industry.

“ACE is thrilled to collaborate with Budapest Airport in delivering a top-notch event, bringing together the air cargo logistics and freight forwarding sectors. The primary objective of ACE is to unite the air cargo logistics community, fostering discussions on the macrotrends shaping the industry and delving into deep-dive sessions to uncover insights and solutions. We’re enthusiastic about hosting our first event in Central Europe alongside the BUD Cargo Day. Budapest stands as one of Europe’s premier air cargo transportation hubs, making it an ideal location for ACE this year. Budapest Airport is forward-thinking, offering ample opportunities for industry players of all sizes to explore new business prospects and fortify existing relationships,” remarked Christos Spyrou, the organiser of ACE.

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“The essence of the ACE event lies in its ability to gather executives from industry stakeholders, including airlines, freight forwarders, consolidators, GSSAs, handlers, shippers, and solution providers, under one roof. We’re thankful for our strategic partnership with Budapest Airport, which enables us to spotlight the Central European market.”

“At Budapest Airport, we are building the cargo gateway to the CEE region. We understand the significance of collaboration and knowledge-sharing in propelling innovation and growth within the air cargo industry. With the aim to foster sectoral exchange, we have been organizing our BUD Cargo Day with great success since 2018, and this year, we will welcome our guests at an extended event. We are happy and excited to work together with ACE, and jointly offer a valuable platform for industry stakeholders to come together and tackle the challenges and opportunities facing our sector in Central Europe and beyond,” added József Kossuth, the cargo director of Budapest Airport.

Christos Spyrou, the organiser of ACE (left) / Jozsef Kossuth, the cargo director of Budapest Airport (right)

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Anastasiya Simsek started her journalism career in 2016 at Ukrainian TV-Channels: 24 Channel and 1+1 Media. Having worked across a number of different sectors, including news, medicine and lifestyle, she joined the Air Cargo Week editorial team in 2024. To share your news and exclusive insights, contact Anastasiya.Simsek@AirCargoWeek.com

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