Air Cargo Africa will be held from February 22-24, 2011, at Kenyatta International Conference Center in Nairobi. Being the first event of its kind, Air Cargo Africa 2011 is being organized to enable the various players in the air cargo industry to tap immense opportunities in the African market. The trade event is being organized by The STAT Trade Times, an integrated International Transport Media specializing in Air Cargo since 1986. Currently, Africa is emerging to be the most preferred trade market and offers plenty of growth opportunities. The event will be bringing together all the players in the air cargo industry who would be discussing on issues concerning the Air Cargo fraternity and bring out the remedial steps. If you are a professional related to the air cargo industry, then you need to book business class seats
at the earliest and fly business class to Nairobi
as this is a must-attend event for you.
When you buy business class tickets and travel by business class flights to Nairobi
to attend Air Cargo Africa 2011, you’ll get an opportunity to meet and interact with representatives from Cargo Airlines, Air Cargo Alliances, Airline executives handling air cargo, Air Cargo handling equipment and services, Air Cargo Consultants, Cargo Sales Agents, Airports executives, Cargo Airports executives, Consolidators, Custom Brokers, Exporters/Importers, Freight Forwarders, Supply Chain companies, IT companies focused on logistics, Insurance companies, and Multi-modal transportation companies.
According to the organizers of the event, air cargo flown from Africa into Europe holds good prospects. At present, Nairobi alone exports 2,000 tons of perishables by air per week to Europe which includes cut flowers, fresh vegetables and fresh fish. There still remains a need for capacity into Europe, even though current players in the market include major international airlines which fly into Europe via the Middle East. Keeping this important aspect in view, this trade event is being organized to explore further business opportunities. When you arrive by business class airlines to Nairobi after buying business tickets
, you’ll be pleased to see the exhibitors showcasing their products and services aimed at attracting prospective partners and enhancing trade relations. When you fly air business class to Nairobi, you’ll get an opportunity to see the exhibits that includes services for freight companies, transport terminals, services for transportation, aircraft manufacturers, forwarding and freight services, customs services, research and development in logistics and transportation, trucks, carts and transport equipment, cranes, lifting equipment, elevators, warehousing technique, ships, airplanes, mounting machines and equipment, and information and control systems.