Air cargo industry set to descend on Atlanta for ACF 2012
Next week the international air cargo industry will descend on the US for Air Cargo Forum 2012 (also known as TIACA 2012).
The event – held in Atlanta from October 2-4 – will bring together all segments of the industry in the same place at the same time -including cargo airlines, freight forwarders, general sales agents, aircraft manufacturers and airports from around the world.
Chapman Freeborn will also be at the show showcasing its global air charter and aircraft leasing expertise (Booth 1332).
The US is a key market in the international air cargo industry and as a company we’ve seen significant growth there in recent years – including the launch of a new office in Atlanta earlier this year (in addition to our headquarters in Fort Lauderdale and further offices in Houston and Washington DC).
Atlanta should be the perfect location for this year’s Air Cargo Forum (ACF). The city has been a major U.S. hub for air transportation and cargo distribution for decades and many of the world’s leading corporations are headquartered there.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest airport serving 89 million passengers annually – and also home to 16 cargo airline tenants and hundreds of freight forwarding and international logistics companies.
For more information on the ACF 2012 event click here
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