Author: Pascal Swinkels

Coming soon: Alternative Clean Transportation 2012 (USA)

From May 15 to May 17, Long Beach Convention Center welcomes the 2nd edition of the Alternative Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, which exhibits alternative fuels and advanced transportation technologies. This cutting-edge exposition gathered around 1700 participants last year, including 300 exhibitors. This industry is quite new to the market and has had impressive growth. We advise all fleet managers, procurement specialists, sea freight forwarders and green-minded logistics service professionals to attend, so as to become familiar with these brand new technologies. You will be able to build on business relationships in the field so don’t miss the “train” of...

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Coming soon: Intermodal South America 2012 (Brazil)

From the 10th to the 12th of April, São Paulo, Brazil welcomes the 18th edition of the renowned Intermodal South America exhibition. The event takes place in the Transamérica Expo Center, offering 28,000 square meters of space to more than 550 exhibitors from 22 different countries and an attendance of over 50,000 high-level professionals. Intermodal South America is the top integrated exhibition and conference event for international trade, logistics services, transport and cargo handling in Latin America. This edition is focused on offering three distinct benefits to its visitors and exhibitors: networking and relationship-building, technical knowledge exchange via high-quality,...

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Beyond Air Transportation: The Single European Sky Project

It’s not uncommon for today’s business men to visit several countries in the span of 24 hours. Or for customers to receive an intercontinental shipment at home, the very next day after it has been ordered. The Air Freight Forwarding Industry has soared in the last decade (along with international freight forwarding), with global revenue increasing from $322 in 2003 to $547 billion in 2010. The European Airspace According to the European Association for the Safety of Air Navigation (EUROCONTROL), in 2011, there were on average 27,000 flights per day in Europe. This number is expected to double by...

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