Organized by Messe Muenchen India, air cargo Africa 2023 will continue its rich legacy of connecting the pan-African cargo communities and stimulating growth, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the Rainbow Nation.
- Coming with its 15-year experience of organizing over 20 trade fairs across diverse industry clusters in India, Messe Muenchen India is excited to enter the South African market by building on the goodwill and leadership of air cargo Africa.
- air cargo Africa will be held from 21-23 February 2023, at the Emperors Palace Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa.
One of the most anticipated trade shows for the global industry, air cargo Africa has cemented its leadership position over the past few years by attracting some of the most influential companies and professionals to the show.
At a time when the African aviation industry, both for passenger and freight movement, is witnessing a massive surge in terms of launch of new carriers, expansion of trade volumes between Africa and the world, and rapid digitalization of global supply chains, air cargo Africa has earned the credibility and trust of the global cargo industry as the numero uno platform for thought leadership, business networking, and discovering new technologies.
Messe München GmbH acquired air cargo India and air cargo Africa in 2018, and both shows are now organized by Messe Muenchen India. air cargo Africa 2023 will help the Indian team strengthen its global network by leveraging its deep knowledge and expertise in trade fairs management.
The previous edition of air cargo Africa in 2019 brought together over 2000 industry stakeholders, and the current show is likely to exceed all expectations in keeping with the industry’s growth projections.
Over three days of focused networking events and knowledge-sharing conferences, air cargo Africa 2023 will bring together leading airlines, airports, GSAs, freight forwarders, cargo handling companies, IT solution providers, and many other important players in the global cargo community.
The high-level conference and elegant awards night will be organized by trade media partners STAT Trade Times.
Bhupinder Singh, CEO, Messe Muenchen India, says, “Over the past few years, air cargo Africa has made a sizable contribution to the local economy and international partners. We are happy to continue this legacy by building on the goodwill and offering more value to all clients and partners in South Africa’s aviation and logistics community.”
Sanjeev Gadhia, CEO, Astral Aviation Limited, says, “The 2019 edition was very well organized and turned out to be a real success. It had a great conference program in addition to networking at the exhibition and during the social events. We are very excited to confirm our participation in air cargo Africa 2023 as this is the right platform for us to showcase our air-freight solutions and share our experience of flying the largest freighter network to and within Africa.”
Christos Spyrou, CEO & Founder, Aero Africa, says, “We look forward to the 2023 edition as we wish to increase our brand awareness and promote our products in the African logistics and aviation community. We are excited about the networking and social activities at air cargo Africa 2023.”
Look out for more details on our conference topics, networking events, and awards show.
air cargo Africa 2023 will be held on 21-23 February 2023, at Emperors Palace Hotel, Johannesburg, South Africa.
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