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Robert Agnew to chair Atlas Air Worldwide board.
UPS and China-based SF Holding to launch joint venture.
ACL Airshop looks to e-commerce for international growth [video].
DHL adds supply chain cyber security monitoring to risk management platform.
CEOs urge Trump to leave NAFTA's foundation in place.
The presence of Uber Freight and other players raises the stakes for truckload brokerage.
FMC discusses regulatory reform initiative and ocean carrier alliances.
Port Everglades gets nod for USD 438 million expansion.
Self-driving cars could cost America's professional drivers up to 25,000 jobs a month, Goldman Sachs says.
OOCL France becomes largest ship to transit Panama Canal.
Delta Cargo president Gareth Joyce on the carrier's turnaround [video].
Trump kills off TIGER, slashes port-related funding in FY 2018 budget request.
Lockheed Martin's LM-100J commercial freighter makes successful first flight.
Volumes continue growing at Florida seaports.
Southwest appoints new director of cargo sales.
Iquique plans for resilience.
Reserve your exhibition booth now!

Only 7 booths left on the Red Carpet.

The 2017 Air & SeaCargo Americas Show and Conference will be held from November 1–3 at the Miami Airport & Convention Center. The exhibition is 70% sold! Over 200 exhibitors will be displaying their products and services.

There are only 7 booths left on the Red Carpet, the most visited area at the trade show. Over 97% of attendees at last year's show walked through the Red Carpet area.

The Air & SeaCargo Americas is the largest aviation and maritime show in the Western Hemisphere. The show began in 1991, and is held bi-annually in Miami, Florida. The show is hosted by Miami International Airport. The show brings together top executives from all sectors of the aviation, maritime and logistics industries to exchange views and experiences to enhance the growth of the cargo industry in the Western Hemisphere. Airports, seaports, exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, shippers, importers, consignees, equipment and technology suppliers, among others will be present. The conference and show is designed to:

Increase two-way cargo growth and international business in the Americas

Present updates on the latest security and safety regulations being used in the Western Hemisphere to secure cargo from the intrusion of biological, chemical or explosive materials

Provide a forum on international aviation, maritime and logistics issues in the Western Hemisphere

The 2015 show was attended by more than 4,800 attendees from 51 countries. More than $60 million in actual and expected sales were reported by exhibitors and 12 major sponsors promoted the air and sea cargo exhibition and conference.

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To reserve your exhibition booth now, please contact Ivan Barrios at 305-871-7910 or [email protected].

Please visit and for information on the conference agenda and to register.

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Kathy Abrahams

Promotional Items Opportunities for Air Cargo/Sea Cargo Americas Exhibitors.

Brown & Bigelow is a national promotional products distributor founded in 1896, specializing in LOGISTICS CALENDARS. They produce and sell promotional products through a network of 250 employee sales executives located throughout the country who are supported by 18 full service offices. Brown & Bigelow will be exhibiting at the show in booth 1107.

The Brown & Bigelow South Florida office can assist exhibitors with the promotional items and wearables/uniforms necessary for the Air Cargo/Sea Cargo Americas Show, saving them the cost of shipping their promotional items to the show. They are also ready to assist you with your calendar needs for the coming years.

For more information on Brown & Bigelow's services please visit or contact Kathy Abrahams at [email protected]. / PH: 786-897-3417.

As the digitization of freight forwarding is widely viewed as an ongoing process, a report issued this week by Freightos, a SaaS-enabled logistics technology provider focused on instant freight quotes for freight forwarders and shippers, highlights how the ongoing road towards digitization and will change customer service differentiation.
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New York-headquartered freighter operator Atlas World Worldwide has appointed Robert Agnew (president and chief executive of international aviation consultancy Morten Beyer & Agnew) to the position of chairman of its board of directors. Visit Atlas Air Worldwide at booth #611.
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UPS and SF Holding, the parent company of leading integrated express logistics service provider in China, SF Express, said they plan to launch a joint venture, focusing on developing and providing international delivery services. Visit UPS at booth #707.
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E-commerce is lighting a fire under the air cargo industry, and ACL Airshop is trying to capture that momentum to the ULD business to the forefront of the industry. Visit ACL Airshop at booth #815.
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increasingly sophisticated criminals and hackers. The speed at which the malicious software racked up billions of dollars' worth of damage underscored the vulnerability of data-intensive operations, such as those of global logistics companies. Visit DHL at booth #701.
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A group of 32 chief executive officers wrote a letter to the White House, saying they are willing to with the administration to "modernize" the deal rather than on an overhaul that starts from scratch, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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Last week's news that Uber has officially become a player in the truckload brokerage space, with the introduction of its Uber Freight app, created a ripple effect of sorts.
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The US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is on track with efforts to identify and address outdated, burdensome, or ineffective regulations, it was concluded at the commission's meeting held on May 24. Read more …
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Florida's Port Everglades has received unanimous approval from the Broward County Board of County Commissioners to begin a USD 437.5 million expansion project to add new berths for larger cargo ships and install crane rail infrastructure for new Super Post-Panamax cranes.
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The full impact of self-driving cars on society is a several decades away – but when it hits, the job losses will be substantial for American truck drivers, according to a new report from Goldman Sachs.
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The Panama Canal welcomed the 13,208 TEU OOCL France on May 24, the largest vessel to transit the Expanded Canal since its inauguration in June 2016.
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Delta Cargo's president, Gareth Joyce, has led a promising turnaround for the cargo department, which had been stuck in the doldrums for years.
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The U.S. president Donald Trump's fiscal 2018 budget request calls for a reduction in financial support to most federally funded, port-related programs, the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) said.
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The first Lockheed Martin LM-100J commercial freighter aircraft achieved a critical milestone with the completion of its first flight today.
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Cargo volumes and cruise activity continue increasing at Florida Seaports as the waterborne international and domestic cargo in fiscal year 2015/2016 experienced a rise of 4.2 percent, form 103 to 107.4 million tons
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Dallas-based Southwest Airlines has appointed Steve Langhart to the post of director of cargo sales.
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The cost of post-earthquake remediation and future earthquake-proof infrastructure at the Chilean port has been estimated at US$44M. Costings for the works, to be carried out in two phases, were reported by Iquique Port Company (EPI) earlier this week.
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