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Voting closes on 29 April for ACW World Air Cargo Awards 2016

Voting closes on 29 April for ACW World Air Cargo Awards 2016

Time is running out to vote in the prestigious Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards 2016 as voting will close this Friday (29 April).

Awards are presented in nine categories ranging from Airfreight Forwarder of the Year to Cargo Airline of the Year and voted by members of the air cargo community.

Visit here to vote.

Presentation of the awards will take place on Wednesday 15 June 2016 at a Gala Dinner held at the five-star Kerry Hotel, close to the exhibition centre in the heart of Shanghai.

The evening commences with a champagne reception and is followed by an opulent Chinese banquet with fine wines, live music and entertainment acts.

The Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards are a celebration of industry excellence and recognised in the international air cargo community as the standard performance bearer.

Exclusive sponsorship opportunities are available for the nine award categories, through association with a specific category at the glittering event.

Brussels Airport, Etihad Cargo, Air Asia Cargo, Kales Airline Services, and Saudia Cargo (two categories) have already signed up as category sponsors for the event, but some still remain up for grabs. Contact for details.

Other confirmed sponsors at the awards include the Air Logistics Group (champagne reception), Etihad Cargo (goody bags), WebCargoNet (wine) and the Hong Air Cargo Terminals Limited – Hactl (helium balloons).

Air Cargo China 2016 (part of transport logistic China) is being held on 14-16 June at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

Exhibition stands are being taken fast and over 85 per cent have been snapped up. Stands can be reserved through AZura International (exclusive partner of Messe Muenchen) by contacting for details.

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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