The air freight world meets in Paris

Paris-Porte de Versailles is the scene of the 28th Air Cargo Forum, a main event organized by the world air cargo federation.
TIACA (The International Air Cargo Association) settles in Paris where it organizes the 2016 edition of its Air Cargo Forum (ACF) during three days, from october 26th. The largest gathering of air cargo protagonists will be held at the Porte de Versailles under the title "An open sky to innovation". As in the previous occasions, economic, social, societal, environmental, regulatory and technologic issues will feed the debates of this international meeting.
The International Air Cargo Association represents every profession related to air cargo supply chain. This biennial event gathers more than 200 exhibitors coming from each branch of this large industry : airlines, handling companies, airports, GSA, brokers, express delivery companies, logistics providers, aircraft manufacturers, services suppliers, IT providers, customs, and several trade associations from the air cargo sector.

200 exhibitors and 3,000 decision makers

This world-class event rotates every two years between Europe, the Americas and Asia. ACF gathers over 3,000 air cargo decision makers to network and address current industry challenges and opportunities. ACF is the right occasion to promote and launch new products and services.
Workshops and panel debates will take place in the four conference rooms of the Parc des expos, led by international speakers representing the whole industry. Each session will be chaired by a member of TIACA’s Board of directors. Among all the subjects, the new Union Customs Code, intermodality issues, e-commerce, manufacturing sector trends and Pre-Loading Advance Cargo Information (PLACI) will be discussed this year.
Aéroports de Paris Group, wich hosts this event, will share its booth with Air France-KLM Cargo, at the core of the "French Freight Village". On october 27th, Franck Goldnadel, director of Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle airport, will take part in a workshop about "The cargo hub of the future".

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