transport logistic Americas and air cargo forum Miami: International key accounts already confirmed

March 21, 2022

  • Premium spaces on 9,000 m² exhibition area already scarce
  • Exhibitors cover the entire spectrum of logistics
  • From startups to global players, everyone will be there

transport logistic Americas and air cargo forum Miami are on track. Miami will become an international hub for knowledge and network from November 8 to 10, 2022. Shippers, logistics service providers and logistics-related service providers from all over the world are currently booking exhibition space. The good attendance confirms the multimodal concept of Messe München in combination with the air cargo forum of TIACA and Florida as a future-oriented logistics location.

Premium spaces are slowly becoming scarce on the 9,000 m² of exhibition space planned to date. The hall areas are rapidly filling up with companies from all over the world. With 70 early bookers and increasing booking behavior, Messe München and cooperation partner The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) are expecting more than 200 exhibitors. For three days, the Miami Beach Convention Center in Florida (USA) will be transformed into a supply chain forum, showcasing intercontinental logistics chains across all modes of transport.

Gathering of International Exhibitors

The well-established air cargo forum has already attracted international airlines such as Astral Aviation, Air Canada, Avianca, Etihad, LATAM Cargo and United Airlines and airports from Brussels, Budapest, Chicago, Greenville-Spartenburg, Halifax, Liege, Miami, St. Louis, Winnipeg. Many airfreight-specific service providers including ACL airshop, Champ Cargosystems, dnata, ECS Group, Jettainer, Kale Logistics Solutions, paycargo, Strike Aviation and World Flight Group booked exhibit space. International logistics service providers such as Rhenus Logistik have registered for transport logistic Americas. In addition, the exhibitor list is filled with an above-average number of local suppliers. The range of exhibits covers all services on land, water and in the air. In addition, there are suppliers for equipment and software services. For the first time, a pavilion features startups from the region with digital innovations for the supply chain.

Miami passes thousand mark

According to the Beacon Council, more than 1,000 multinational companies are located in Greater Miami. And that number is on the rise. Likewise, the number of logistics, transportation and supply chain service providers around Miami is on the rise. “Florida is becoming a strategic hub for international logistics chains. Our booking figures clearly reflect the region's development. As a unique offering in North America, our trade fair has great potential. For logistics and supply chain managers from North and South America, it is an important hub for knowledge and network,” says Dr. Robert Schönberger, Head of transport logistic exhibitions at Messe München

Unique in North America

Like the world's leading trade fair in Munich, transport logistic Americas offers a top-class conference program. In combination with the established air cargo forum, more than 90 international speakers, primarily from the USA, North and South America, will bring their expertise on stage to an expected audience of more than 5,500 participants. “Intercontinental logistics chains are more than air cargo. That's why we are pleased to be part of a unique trade show concept that brings together all supply chain stakeholders across modes,” comments Steve Polmans, TIACA Chairman.

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