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New dates confirmed for air cargo Southeast Asia

New dates confirmed for air cargo Southeast Asia

MMI Asia, the organisers of Southeast Asia’s inaugural edition of transport logistic and air cargo, have released new dates for the 2023 event, creating more exhibition space to meet demand from exhibitors.

The show will now take place on 1st-3rd November 2023. Singapore’s iconic Sands Expo and Convention Centre will host the fair in a now-expanded event area.

“The new dates for transport logistic and air cargo Southeast Asia 2023 will ensure the event is able to maintain the promise of providing the most effective platform for the industry to meet, learn, experience, network and discover the very best solutions for supply chain and distribution management,” Michael Wilton, CEO of MMI Asia, explained.

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A combination of limited show space and the original dates clashing with the 2023 Singapore F1 race week has presented the show with the opportunity to cater for the strong demand for exhibit space at the exhibition. As a result, more space has now been made available and will continue to be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

“This gives the event an opportunity to now provide more scale, value, and effectiveness for the participants of the industry. We can expect a larger exhibit space, more educational content and greater opportunities for networking and establishing business contacts in the region,” Wilton continued.

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Leading suppliers of transportation, logistics and air cargo services and solutions continue to exhibit, including dnata, Group Concorde, Chicago Rockford International Airport, United Cargo, CargoAi and many more. The strong exhibition representation is in addition to a growing scope of educational and learning content, which includes a high-level conference, one-to-one business matching service, solutions seminar, back-of-house tours and numerous business networking events.

Air cargo, logistics and transportation service and solution providers looking to participate at the event are urged to contact the organisers immediately to secure their space.

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