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Air & Sea Cargo Americas
November 4 - 6, 2015 • Miami, Florida    


The 2015 Air Cargo/SeaCargo Americas show is just around the corner. As of today, over 75% of the exhibition space has been sold and over 2,400 business executives have registered to attend the show.

For the 2015 show, we expect over 6,000 business executives to visit the show. The 2013 show was the largest attended show in the Western Hemisphere. More than $57 million in actual and projected sales were reported by the exhibitors and over 6,800 international aviation and maritime business executives from 65 countries visited the exhibition.

View a current list of exhibitors and the current exhibit show floor plan.

The prices for an exhibition booth are as follows:

Exhibit Booth Pricing:

  • $3200, for in-line booths
  • $3600, for aisle booths
  • $3800, for all booths contiguous to red carpet

Exhibit Booths Include the following:

  • 10x10' pipe-and-drape booth with 3' side rails
  • 6' skirted draped table with two chairs
  • 1 waste paper basket
  • Booth signage (black and white)
  • 1 500 electrical power outlet (120 volts)
  • 1 free conference pass
  • 5 free booth personnel badges (Additional badges are available at $25 each.)
  • Free listing in the Exhibitor Directory and on web site access to Exhibitor Service Manual/Service Kit

If you interested in purchasing an exhibition booth or in becoming a sponsor, contact Ivan Barrios at 305-871-7910 or via email at [email protected].


Perishables Trade Trends

On Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 11:00 a.m., a special session on “Perishables Trade Trends” will be held.

Topic: Today, fresh and frozen seafood, fruits, vegetables and poultry from Latin America are exported to North America, Europe and Asia, and beef, poultry and fruits are exported from North America to Latin America, Asia and Europe for everyone to enjoy year round.

Also, innovations in the handling, packaging and temperature control technologies in the supply chain have opened new trade lanes for high value, temperature controlled products, which are shipped globally via airfreight.

The panelists will:

  • Provide their insights and forecasts on current and possible future trade lanes of perishable products.
  • Discuss the development of innovative infrastructures, equipment and processes for the efficient transportation and safeguarding of the integrity of the required temperature during the transit from production site to the end consumer.
  • Link the connections required to make it possible for consumers to receive quality perishable products from half away around the world year-round.
  • Discuss what is being done to improve the efficiency of cold chain infrastructures and processes.

The panelists: Ronald Schaefer, Pharmaceuticals Logistics Center for Excellence, IATA; Tom Grubb, Manager Cold Chain Strategy, American Airlines Cargo; Amy Woodward, Sales Manager, Agro America LLC; Fernando Poitevin, COO, LAN Cargo, LATAM Airlines Group. The panel will be moderated by Albert Saphir, Principal, ABS Consulting.


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