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Trump says Mexico and Canada convinced him to stay in NAFTA.
Amazon logistics starts to fly, with first-quarter revenue up 34%.
Natilus releases new images of maritime equipped cargo drones.
UPS earnings beat the Street's estimates.
Shippers unsettled by rising protectionism.
Appel expects trade to grow despite protectionism.
Port of Veracruz to get five new terminals.
ABS: Connectivity is key for smarter industry decisions.
ATSG subsidiary PEMCO launches B737-700 FlexCombi™ & Full-Freighter aircraft conversion programs.
Panama Canal's LNGC transits to nearly double by 2020.
DHL eCommerce launches domestic delivery service in Chile.
Port of Palm Beach inks 10-year deal with Tropical Shipping.
Narrowbody surge predicted in 20-year freighter forecast at Cargo Facts Asia.

The 2017 Air Cargo/SeaCargo Americas show well be held November 1-3, 2017 at the Miami Airport Convention Center. As of today, over 60% of the exhibition has been sold. This year, we expect over 5,000 business executives to participate in this year's show. The 2015 show was the largest attended hemispheric air & maritime cargo show in the Western Hemisphere. More than $60 million in actual and projected sales were reported by the exhibitors and over 4,000 international aviation and maritime business executives from 65 countries visited the exhibition.

Exhibitors include, Brussels Airport, LATAM Cargo, Seaboard Marine, AVIANCA Cargo, Atlas Worldwide, Smith Detection and many more. To view a current list of exhibitors and the current exhibit show floor plan visit 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 the show's web site access to Exhibitor Service Manual/Service Kit

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

When people think of air travel they picture places full of passengers. But air cargo is as vital perhaps more to the global economy.
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President Donald Trump said Thursday that he was on the verge of withdrawing the United States from the North American Free Trade Agreement until the leaders of Mexico and Canada talked him out of it.
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Amazon's logistics arm is becoming an increasingly important source of revenue for $6.4bn in the first quarter of this year, up 34% year-on-year. The company's retail third-party seller services, or logistics, comprised 18% of total net sales for the quarter, up from 16% a year earlier.
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The latest production concept of the cargo drone from drone startup Natilus is out. The drone gives a whole new meaning to intermodal transport, with its maritime capabilities.
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United Parcel Service on Thursday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations, despite pressure on its bottom line from fuel prices and a larger share of business coming from home delivery. Visit UPS at booth #705
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The world's shipping players have a vested interest in preserving free global trade, and as they meet in Asia, they say they've grown unsettled by rising protectionism in Europe and the U.S.
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Deutsche Post DHL Group chief executive Frank Appel has outlined the company's financial targets for the year ahead and also voiced his optimism that the rise of protectionism will not hold back trade growth. Visit DHL at booth #701
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Five new port terminals at the Port of Veracruz in Mexico are planned to be constructed until 2018, according to Luxembourg's Jan De Nul Group. Hemisphere.
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As the marine industry moves to harness the potential of data to make smarter decisions, connectivity will be a key driver for the future, according to the classification society American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).
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Aviation maintenance and engineering company PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO), a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group, Inc., has launched its Passenger-to-FlexCombi™ and Passenger-to-Freighter conversion programs for the Boeing Next Generation 737-700 aircraft. The program will be marketed as B737-700FC (FlexCombi™) and B737-700 (Freighter).
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Panama Canal expects to see nearly doubling of liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier transits through the waterway by 2020 driven by US exports of natural gas, the Panama Canal Administrator, Jorge L. Quijano, said at Sea Asia this week.
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The e-commerce provider will offer next-day delivery in Santiago and other major Chilean cities, with two-to-three-day delivery services across the rest of the country. Read more … Visit DHL at booth #701
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The Board of Commissioners for the Port of Palm Beach District has approved a new 10-year contract with its largest tenant, Tropical Shipping. The agreement includes option for both parties to extend the partnership with four 5-year terms.
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With no end in sight to the burgeoning growth of global e-commerce, the worldwide growth in narrowbody freighters is anticipated to reach 1,178 aircraft by 2036, up from 656 narrowbody freighters at the end of 2016, according to the 20-year "Freighter Forecast for 2017-2036," released today at the sixthannual Cargo Facts Asia conference.
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