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TIACA Air Cargo Forum 2012 ready for take-off

The International Air Cargo Forum 2012 starts on Tuesday and the entire air cargo industry will meet in Atlanta to discuss and interpret key challenges and opportunities.

This year is TIACA’s 50th anniversary so the show promises to be extra special – particularly as Atlanta is the city where it all began for TIACA with the first Air Cargo Forum in 1962.

Half a century on, few air cargo industry events have the impact of ACF and the week is likely to see lively debate as well as the generation of new business opportunities.

According to the organisers, over 5,000 leading decision makers and 200 exhibitors from every sector of the air cargo supply chain will participate in ACF 2012 over the next few days, representing  airlines,  airports, freight forwarders, logistics providers, integrated carriers, aircraft manufacturers, ground handlers, and general sales agents.

The world’s leading air cargo charter company will also be exhibiting at the show to profile its global market coverage and award-winning services. As we blogged last week, US is a key market in the air cargo industry and Chapman Freeborn has seen significant growth there in recent years – including the launch of a new office in Atlanta earlier this year (our fourth US office after Fort Lauderdale, Houston and Washington DC).

For more information on the ACF 2012 event click here

To arrange a meeting with Chapman Freeborn please email roberto.berrios@chapman-freeborn.com

Photo: A Chapman Freeborn charter on an A300-200F aircraft. Photo appears courtesy of anruf.dk.