Trade show to celebrate special anniversary

transport logistic China and air cargo China will celebrate its 20th anniversary.

Over the past two decades, the show has consistently set industry trends and served as an important gateway for both international companies seeking access to the Chinese market and Chinese companies looking to expand globally.

From June 25 – 27, the Shanghai New International Expo Centre will once again be the meeting place for the global logistics and airfreight industry.

More than 700 exhibitors will be showcasing their products and services across 50,000 square meters of exhibition space. Visitors will also have the opportunity to learn about the latest developments and trends as part of the conference programme.

In 2004, the first transport logistic China took place on approximately 22,000 square meters. Today, the trade fair has developed into a global platform for the logistics industry, and international interest continues unabated.

China’s importance as a hub for the international movement of goods is as great as ever. The Port of Shanghai, for example, is the largest and busiest port in the world, handling more than 25 percent of the world’s shipping traffic. China’s e-commerce market is also driving demand for innovative logistics solutions.

In 2024, air cargo China will once again take place as part of transport logistic China. It is the largest industry event for air cargo in the Asian region and, at around 10,000 square meters, is larger than ever before.

Visitors will have the opportunity to network with renowned airlines such as China Southern Airlines, Cargolux, All Nippon Airways, Etihad Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo, Silk Way West Airlines, Qatar Cargo and United Cargo, as well as airports and providers for service and logistics.

“We are delighted that transport logistic China is finally back on track and making an impressive comeback. It has been a pacemaker for the development of the Eurasian Corridor over the past two decades and today reflects the major shifts in the global economy. These include the nearshoring of industry, digitalisation, ongoing globalisation and dealing with climate change,” said Dr Robert Schönberger, global industry lead at Messe München.



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