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ACE 2023 Connects forwarders with airlines and suppliers for face-to-face business opportunities

Nov 03, 2023

ACE 2023 will bring together freight forwarder, consolidator, and express courier commercial executives with decision makers from airlines, GSSAs, and solutions providers at a unique three-day event in Abu Dhabi, from the 4th to the 6th of December 2023.

ACE, now in its third edition, includes three days of networking social events, as well as opportunities for pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings, and an insightful conference and workshop program.

Delegates can learn from thought leaders during a series of panel discussions and workshops with a focus on opportunities in the Middle East market, as well as sustainability, up-to-date information on regulatory changes, technology innovations, and industry trends.

“ACE is the first event of its kind to provide a neutral platform where forwarder, consolidator, and express courier commercial executives can connect with airlines, GSSAs, and solutions providers,” said Christos Spyrou, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of ACE co-organizer, Air Cargo Plus.

Christos Spyrou, Founder and CEO of co-organizer, Air Cargo Plus

“We are connecting key decision makers and industry experts and providing a backdrop for them to explore business opportunities and synergies.”

A new meeting scheduler, powered by the organizers of ACE 2023, will enable delegates to pre-schedule meetings and optimize their time at the show.

The ACE 2023 app includes a searchable list of delegates, which participants can use to identify targeted connections with relevant profile, experience, and industry specialization, with additional opportunity to filter and power of time slot availability.

The conference will take place at W Yas Island hotel, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, between the 4th and 6th of December 2023.

ACE 2023 is organized by Air Cargo Plus and Change Horizon and is supported by The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) , the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA), Pharma.Aero, NAP, and Women in Aviation and Logistics (WAL).

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