Air Cargo Europe: Air Cargo of Tomorrow – shaping the future of the industry

Air Cargo of Tomorrow – shaping the future of the industry (webinar)

Join us on May 4 at 3pm BST / 4pm CEST / 10am EST to hear from airfreight experts as they discuss: Air Cargo of Tomorrow: Shaping the future of the industry.

The session is organised by Air Cargo News as part of the Air Cargo Europe/Transport Logistic digital conference and will feature experts from across the air cargo industry.

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The panellists will discuss how the industry will emerge from the Covid-19 crisis before looking at how air cargo will change in the long term.

✈ What impact will technology have on the future of the industry?

✈ How will air cargo supply chains develop in the future?

✈ How can air cargo meet the challenge of sustainability?

✈ Will the Covid crisis change the industry in the long term?

✈ What effect will the rise of e-commerce have on air cargo?

Our panel of experts includes:

Thomas Mack, head of global airfreight forwarding, DHL Global Forwarding

Guillaume Halleux, chief officer cargo, Qatar Airways

Wilson Kwong, chief executive, Hactl

Celine Hourcade, managing director, Change Horizon

Moderator: Damian Brett, editor, Air Cargo News

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Once you have registered, you can tune into the whole two-day online Transport Logistic/Air Cargo Europe event, but don’t forget to add a calendar reminder for this session:

May 4 at 3pm BST / 4pm CEST / 10am EST


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