Fried is gearing up for the AirCargo 2024 in Louisville, US

Ever optimistic on the future of the air cargo industry. Image: Meantime Communications

Sponsored by the Airforwarders Association (AfA), the Air and Expedited Motor Carriers Association (AEMCA) and Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA), the AirCargo 2024, now in its 27th year, is looking to exceed its previous visitor stats, according to Fried. 85 exhibitors and around 800 representatives from airlines, airport authorities, freight forwarders, truckers, expediting companies and the like, will descend on Louisville, Kentucky from 11-13FEB24, to discuss key topics such as sustainability, cargo security, shifting global regulations and their impact on trade, and emerging tech designed to support forwarder processes. The agenda features almost 50 industry experts in the series of panels and presentations.

Brandon Fried, Executive Director, Airforwarders Association, expects a record turnout, detailing: “Our sessions will delve into critical issues that impact the daily operations of freight forwarders, trucking companies, airlines, and other stakeholders. I am particularly proud of the Women’s Networking Session, focusing on Perspectives on Imposter Syndrome, as we strive to foster inclusivity and diversity within our industry” and refers to the event as “a premier networking event, bringing together key players and fostering collaborations that drive success for the global airfreight industry.”



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