transport logistic Americas
Supply chains between America and Europe need integrated solutions. For this reason, Messe München is launching an international platform for shippers, logistics service providers and logistics-related service providers with the three-day transport logistic Americas in the USA. The trade fair complements the air cargo forum Miami and will take place in Miami for the first time from November 10 to 12, 2020. Exhibitor applications may be submitted as from today.
transport logistic Americas is being organized by Messe München and linked to the air cargo forum Miami, which is held in cooperation with TIACA (The International Air Cargo Association). 5,000 square meters are reserved for the exhibition of shippers, logistics service providers and logistics-related service providers, including a conference program. air cargo forum exhibitors of many years will occupy at least half of the area. This means that airlines and ports as well as air freight-specific system providers and service providers from all over the world will already be on site. transport logistic Americas expands the range of services across transport networks and is aimed at trade visitors.
Efficient platform for multinational trade relations
“The European logistics market is different from the logistics industry in North and South America. For efficient trade relations, it consequently needs a platform in America, where all the stakeholders in the supply chain can meet,” Gerhard Gerritzen explained, a member of the Executive Board of Messe München. Miami has already qualified as the location of the air cargo forum and has a high density of shippers and logistics service providers. The trade fair location is located directly at the hub of North and South America. In terms of cargo volume, Miami Airport ranks among the top 20 in the world and the seaport ranks 11th in the USA.
On the part of the exhibitors, Messe München addresses international logistics service providers as well as local providers of intermodal services, which are active in the upstream, main and downstream areas of sea and air traffic. Trade visitors from the shipping industry, trade and logistics will find a wide range of services covering all operational and strategic issues in multimodal supply chains between Europe and the two Americas, from sender to receiver.
Support for German exhibitors
For exhibitors based in Germany, the Federal Ministry of Economics is promoting a country pavilion for Germany via the German Association of Freight Forwarders and Logistics Companies (DSLV). “We are very pleased that we received the coveted funding in the first attempt in cooperation with Messe München and that we can provide a country pavilion from the start. This speaks for the offer and is a great success,” DSLV Executive Director Frank Huster emphasized.