NEW Session: Seeking Solutions to the Air Freight Dilemma

  • David Harris
  • August 28, 2012
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Passenger traffic started the year off with a 5% increase, an trend not reflected in air freight, which declined for January. The air freight industry has exhibited little if any net growth in demand since the pre-recession peak in 2007, and, as a result, pessimism has reigned.  

The uncertainty in future prospects for air freight growth is a universal challenge within air freight. But it can be tackled when industry leaders come together to innovate the market, because there are solutions to the challenges the industry faces. At theCargo Facts Symposium, we will explore them. 

We’re launching the Cargo Facts Aircraft Symposium with a new session just added to the agenda called, Seeking Solutions to the Air Freight Dilemma.

We will address fears of overcapacity, the prevailing elevated price of fuel, and softness in global trade to extract new insights into how air freight carriers and service providers can rise above the current air freight dilemma.

Register now for the 18th annual Cargo Facts Symposium, where we will address fears of overcapacity, the prevailing elevated price of fuel, and softness in global trade to extract new insights into how air freight carriers and service providers can rise above the current air freight dilemma. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to participate in the dialogue of how to create sustainable solutions for growth and leave the market’s turbulence behind.

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