Become the largest logistics show in the United States

The Americas Transportation and Air Cargo Logistics Forum Show will be held November 8-10, 2022 in Miami and is the largest logistics show in the world this year.

About four months before the start of the event, bookings with 75% are above plan. Messe München has therefore expanded the exhibition space together with cooperation partner TIACA (The International Air Cargo Association).

On nearly 11,000 m² of exhibition space, from the top 10 global players to startups, around 200 companies have reserved or announced their presence at the show. Well-known logistics brands such as Ethiad Cargo, Korean Air Cargo Hub Incheon, Miami Airport, FedEx or Rhenus Logistics are coming. Dr. Robert Schönberger, Head of Transport Logistics Fairs at Messe München, is satisfied: “This year we will have the largest logistics fair – not only in the USA – but probably worldwide. Our intermodal supply chain approach is working. , logistics and other service providers provide trade fair visitors with the building blocks they need for stable supply chains. In the long term, we see the new show as a supply chain platform for the Americas.

Suppliers from around the world will gather at the Miami Beach Convention Center. The exhibitors around the air cargo forum, founded by TIACA, form the basis. Logistics service providers, logistics-related services and IT and digitization providers complete the spectrum. Emphasis will be placed on intermodal links with Europe and Asia as well as on the North-South axis from Canada to Latin America. The exhibition expects more than 5,000 participants. Partner organizations such as Americas Alliance, Neutral Air Partner or Miami-Dade Beacon Council bring freight forwarders and shippers from the region and Central America to the show. A program of high-level conferences is currently being planned.

As the world’s largest hub for air cargo between North and South America, the Americas Transportation Logistics and Air Cargo Forum is a homecoming for Miami International Airport (MIA). The hub imports fish, flowers, fruits and vegetables and exports pharmaceutical, engineering, automotive and ICT products. Like South Korea’s Incheon International (ICN) exponent, MIA ranks among the top 10 cargo airports in the world. Along with fourteen other airports in the United States, Singapore, Canada and Europe to date, they showcase air cargo solutions. The strong north-south axis is also evident in the airlines. Across the Americas, exhibitors from Canada to Brazil are present, including AerCaribe and Latam. Ethiad is one of the air cargo brands with cargo flight networks via Asia, Africa and Europe. From Germany, Eurocargo and Munich Airport have already reserved their space.

“transport logistic Americas is an ideal platform for us to engage with potential customers and network with carrier partners across the Americas. With our regional headquarters in Miami, we scale and establish contacts for stable supply chains through the shortest routes across all modes of transportation. Attending this show is a great opportunity to showcase our world-class logistics services and strong presence in the Americas,” says Jörn Schmersahl, CEO of Rhenus Air & Ocean Americas. many exhibiting logistics companies and service providers related to logistics, IT and equipment, as well as visitors to the show, come from Florida and neighboring countries in Central America. joint stands for international digital startups, pavilions for companies from Germany, Italy as well as various associations. “Stable supply chains are more important than ever. Miami is exactly the right place as a hub between North and South. From global players to startups, we see a lot of potential for Central American companies and In the long term, the will occupy an important place in the global event landscape. We are confident that participation in the Air Cargo Forum in Miami and the Americas Transport Logistics will bring direct value to our members and our global customer base. “said Christos Spyrou, CEO and Founder of Neutral Air Partner, a global network of air cargo architects and aviation specialists.

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