World Trade Center Miami
8 Days to Go Before Opening of Air & SeaCargo Americas Show and Conference.
More than 5,000 international aviation and maritime executives are expected to attend the Air/Sea Cargo Show and Conference from over 70 countries . The event will be held from November 2 - 4, 2011 at the Miami Airport Convention Center. Large delegations of executives are expected from Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, United Kingdom, and Germany.
The Port of Miami and Miami International Airport will again host Air Cargo & SeaCargo Americas. The ports, under the leadership of Bill Johnson and Jose Abreu have supported the event since its inception. Both men believe that the event will increase two-way cargo growth for the Americas by providing a world class forum on international aviation, maritime and logistics issues and showcasing the latest aviation, maritime and security products, e-commerce solutions, technologies and services.
Brazil sets minimum bid for airport auction
U.S.-Korea free-trade agreement could fuel cargo growth
LaHood will push for infrastructure bank, but T&I head Mica calls proposal “dead on arrival”
Cargolux takes delivery of first B747-8F
Peak Season prospects are down compared to previous expectations
CSAV revises Americas service
Ocean carriers not likely to capture more revenue, say analysts
Qatar Airways expands North American cargo service
Container lessors want chassis pool immunity limited
TIACA wants ‘groundswell of opposition’ to increase pressure on E.U.
September Cass Index report shows seasonal growth but long-term outlook remains cautious
CMA CGM, CSAV expand service at Port of New Orleans
Port of LA won’t appeal truck case
Court nod to emission levy to hit airline profit
TSA to move cargo screening deadline
Last of 520 high-cube reefer containers on their way to Seaboard Marine terminals
EU court backs ETS amid controversy
Panama Canal sets 2011 tonnage record
Air cargo liberalization offers nations ‘new economy highways in the sky’, says TIACA
South Carolina blocks Savannah dredging permit
IATA data signals bad news for cargo
On Thursday, November 2nd, 2011 the XI Air Cargo Americas and the V SeaCargo Americas International Congresses will hold a a joint session at 9:00 a.m. titled “Improving Efficiencies and Security in the Logistics Chain: Shipper’s View”. Improving efficiencies and reducing costs of logistics and transportation remains the primary objective of logistics and supply chain managers. Leading logistics and supply chain management executives of world class shippers will address the efficiency, security and cost concerns in the logistics chain. The confirmed speakers are:
The session on Improving Efficiencies will be followed by a joint air and sea panel at 11:00 a.m., on “Brazil, Russia, India & China (BRIC) – Air & Sea Cargo Prospects” in which the panelists, senior executives of successful carriers and logistics companies, will provide their prospective on the growth of air and sea cargo in the BRIC nations including what market segments should have the greatest growth potential over the two years and what kind of capacity growth do they foresee over the next two years. Moderator: Lenny Feldman, Managing Member-Miami, Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg,PA The confirmed panelists are:
At 2:30 p.m. the session titled “Up to the Challenge in 2014!” will address how the expanded Panama Canal will be a game changer for container trade when it opens in August 2014. America's trade with East Asia is expected to undergo a dramatic shift from Pacific ports to Atlantic ports. As the closest US port to the Canal, the Port of Miami expects to be the first port of call for fully laden post-Panamax vessels. The speakers will update the Americas maritime industry on the billions being invested to respond to the opportunities presented by an expanded Panama Canal - literally transforming trade in the Western Hemisphere. At the conclusion of the session, the Port of Miami and its partners will host a reception in the 2014 Pavilion in the West Hall. Moderator: Bill Johnson, Director, Port of Miami The speakers are:
For full information on the show and conference, go to www.aircargoamericas.com
Air Cargo and SeaCargo Americas provide outstanding opportunities for companies to showcase their products and services to a targeted group of potential new customers. Sponsorship range from directional banners ($1,000), welcome banners ($2,500), luncheons ($10,000), coffee breaks ($3,000 -$6,000), conference brief cases ($10,000) and receptions ($10,000).
Only 3 Booths Available.
Aeroexpress/ AEH Group S.A.
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