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Visitor registrations at a high level for air cargo forum Miami and transport logistic Americas trade show

Visitor registrations at a high level for air cargo forum Miami and transport logistic Americas trade show

TIACA and Messe München have announced that visitor registrations for the air cargo forum Miami and transport logistic Americas trade show and conference have exceeded expectations.

The conference and trade show will be held November 8-10, 2022, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. A total of 5,000 attendees and 200 exhibitors are expected to attend, with around two thirds decision-makers from the first and second management levels.

TIACA’s air cargo forum is the most traditional meeting of the air cargo community in the world. After stops all over the world, it now finds a permanent home in Miami.

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In parallel transport logistic, the leading international exhibition for Logistics, Mobility, IT and Supply Chain Management now finds an additional home in the booming Florida metropolis in the south of the USA. transport logistic Americas and air cargo forum Miami thus compliments the worldwide coverage of the successful trade show concepts organised by Messe München.

In the three-day accompanying conference program, partners from science, business and the media currently occupy 22 slots with presentations and workshops. More are in the planning stage. Five logistics brands are sponsoring the program. Rhenus and FedEx are each taking over one of the first two conference days in full. UPS, ACL Airshop and Miami Airport are supporting individual sessions.

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“Education is key and the logistics event in Miami is a unique opportunity. Over all three days, attendees will be able to gain essential knowledge for our future and discuss with top-notch speakers on-site. We are pleased to help facilitate this world-class program.” Steve Townes, CEO at ACL Airshop, said.

Sustainability, digitisation and resilience run through the conference. People, trends, and innovations are the focus of the sessions. From career opportunities in air freight and logistics to supply chains that save lives, presentations will show what people in the industry are accomplishing.

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