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ACLA 2013 Conference
E-commerce is creating a logistics revolution as existing supply chains are undergoing fundamental change
SINGAPORE, May 30, 2013 - At the forthcoming Air Cargo & Logistics Asia (ACLA) Conference 2013 at the Marina Bay Sands Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore on October 16 - October 18, delegates will hear how Asia’s spectacular e-Commerce growth is affecting different supply chains, including the largely under-reported but vital role of air transport in todays B2C on-line transactions and deliveries.
Panelists, comprising senior executives of e-Commerce giants, postal organisations, logistics providers and integrators, will discuss subjects ranging from the changing portfolio of postal providers and security of on-line shipments, to the downward trend in express charges and the perceived need for “next day” deliveries.
Other sessions covering air cargo and logistics will debate the continuing shift from air to sea, emerging freighter networks in China, the growing call from shippers for greater transparency, the near-shoring impact on air freight volumes and the question if there is still a need for jumbo freighters.
To hear more about the logistics and e-Commerce revolution in Asia, book your place on-line at the ACLA 2013 Conference. For details and on-line bookings please go to the web site: www.acla.asia
The Early Bird rate - until August 15 - for a delegate pass is US$850/= which, apart from the Conference, includes the exclusive Welcome Cocktail Reception and Buffet Dinner on October 16, plus all Coffee Breaks and Buffet Lunches during the Conference.
From August 16, the delegate fee will increase to US$975/=.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS SPEAKER :
Hiroshi Etani, President Director, Rakuten Logistics Inc
CONFIRMED PANELISTS INCLUDE:
Jeffery S. McCorstin, President Forwarding & Logistics APAC, UPS;
Ping Wang, Head of China, GCW Consulting;
Marcelo Wesseler, Senior VP of e-Commerce, SingPost;
Joost van Doesburg, Air Freight Policy Manager, European Shippers’ Council;
Gerard de Wit, Managing Director WorldACD Market Data;
Hassan Mikail, Global Director E-Commerce, Aramex;
Bjorn Vang Jensen, VP Global Logistics, Electrolux;
James Edgar, Regional Director Cargo Marketing, Boeing;
Solomon Cai, CEO, Globelink China Logistics;
Ulrich Ogiermann, Chief Officer Cargo, Qatar Airways;
Mark Whitehead, Chief Executive, HACTL
INVITED PANELISTS INCLUDE:
Timothy Ross, Head Transport Research APAC, Credit Suisse
Tommy Lui, Executive Vice President - Logistics, Li & Fung Group
CONFIRMED MODERATORS INCLUDE:
Sir Michael Culme-Seymour, Owner, ‘Fischer Road Express Asia’
Ian Martin Jones, Editor, ‘HeavyLift & Project Forwarding International’
Nol van Fenema, Publisher/editor ‘ACLA Update’
For Further information please contact:
NOL VAN FENEMA
Mobile : +65 92206504
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Office : +91 22 27570550
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ABOUT THE ORGANISERS
AIR CARGO & LOGISTICS ASIA 2013 is jointly organized by ‘The STAT Media Group” of India and “VFPR & Media Consultants” based in Singapore. The STAT Media Group are the organizers of the successful Air Cargo India and Air Cargo Africa trade events, while VFPR & Media Consultants, which is headed by Nol van Fenema, has been involved in the organization of the well-known Air Freight Asia Conference & Exhibition in various trade centres in Asia. The event was sold to Reed Exhibitions at the end of 2006 and became part of the Asian Aerospace Show in Hong Kong.
ABOUT AIR CARGO & LOGISTICS ASIA 2013
AIR CARGO & LOGISTICS ASIA 2013, the first in the International Biennial Events scheduled to be held at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore during 16-18, October 2013 will focus on the air cargo, logistics and E-commerce delivery activities in the Asian and Middle East Regions. This is jointly organized by ‘The STAT Media Group” of India and “VFPR & Media Consultants” based in Singapore.
The prime aim of the event is to offer unmatched networking activities between the various sectors in the air cargo and logistics industries, ranging from shippers, airlines, E-commerce groups, logistics providers, ground handling companies, freight forwarders, airports and express companies.
Not for publication: We welcome trade media at the Air Cargo & Logistics Asia Conference & Exhibition 2013. If you are interested in attending this event, please register on-line on our web site at www.acla.asia and go to Media Center where you will find an on-line Media Registration form.
October 16, 2013 3:30PM