December 6, 2021 by Payload Asia
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and MMI Asia have signed a memorandum of understanding on 15 November to jointly organise the Southeast Asia editions of well-attended exhibition and conference transport logistic and air cargo.
The event, which is scheduled to take place at Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands on 13 to 15 September 2023, will feature a ‘high-level’ conference that will focus on specific subjects and issues facing the logistics ecosystem under a central theme of “Integrated Logistics for a Disrupted World.”
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The air cargo and logistics event will bring together the world’s leading service providers, to meet, network and trade with top buyers from the region. It will feature a high-level summit where industry experts and speakers will share key trends and insights on some of the most forward-looking topics in air cargo and logistics
The Southeast Asia edition is the latest in a series of trade shows in other parts of the globe, including India, China, Turkey, the US and the parent logistics show in Munich. Key industry players in Singapore led by Changi Airport Group, SATS Ltd and DHL Express, have expressed their support to the future event.
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