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TIACA makes ACF networking easy with new on-line meeting scheduler

TIACA is launching a dedicated on-line one-to-one meeting tool called CargoLinX for its Air Cargo Forum (ACF) and Exhibition, which takes place from 26th to 28th October 2016 in Paris, France.

The speed networking tool will allow visitors to schedule up to thirty 25-minute meetings with 45 leading global air cargo companies, weeks in advance of the event.

CargoLinX will be free to use for ACF visitors and exhibitors when the show opens for registration in the New Year.

“TIACA is committed to leading the dialogue on air cargo industry challenges, connecting professionals, and representing our industry’s best interests,” said Warren Jones, TIACA Director.

“With so many expenses and exhibit fees, it’s good to feel a return on investment, and we are confident that CargoLinX will ensure ACF visitors’ time and efforts are spent profitably and productively.”

CargoLinX will be accessible through the ACF dedicated web pages on TIACA’s web site at www.tiaca.org

Next year’s event will feature a series of workshops and panel discussions tackling the challenges and issues facing all sectors of our industry, including sessions on the cargo hub of the future, disruptive innovation in the supply chain, and the challenges of e-business.

TIACA Board members from across the supply chain will chair the sessions at the Innovation: Air Cargo Vision 2020 Forum, including Essa Al-Saleh, President & CEO, Agility Logistics, Sebastiaan Scholte, CEO, Jan de Rijk Logistics, and Sanjiv Edward, Head of Cargo Business, Delhi International Airport.

Details of the sessions and the speakers are available on the ACF dedicated web pages.

CargoLinX meetings will be scheduled for the first two days of the show.

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