Transport Logistic China and Air Cargo China Return to Shanghai
Shanghai, a bustling hub of global commerce, is set to welcome back the transport logistic China and air cargo China events this year after a six-year hiatus enforced by the pandemic. Scheduled to take place at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre from June 25 to 27, these trade fairs are poised to reinvigorate the global logistics and air cargo industry. With an anticipated attendance of around 30,000 visitors and 700 exhibitors, covering an impressive 50,000 square meters of exhibition space, the events are already generating significant buzz and interest in the industry.
Dr. Robert Schönberger, Global Industry Lead at Messe München, expressed excitement about the resurgence of these events, highlighting their importance as a platform for showcasing innovations, trends, and developments in the logistics and transport sector. As China continues to assert its position as the world’s second-largest economy, the events hold immense significance in facilitating international business partnerships and fostering growth opportunities in the region.
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed vulnerabilities in global supply chains, leading to increased investments in logistics infrastructure and air freight capacity to ensure robust and efficient supply chains. Chinese logistics companies, in particular, are expanding their global footprint and enhancing delivery efficiency to meet the growing demand for high-tech products and cold chain logistics services.
The revival of transport logistic China and air cargo China comes at a crucial juncture when the Chinese e-commerce market is witnessing exponential growth, offering a plethora of opportunities for international collaboration. With a focus on logistics IT solutions and cross-border partnerships, the events aim to streamline logistics processes and provide consumers worldwide with reliable access to Chinese brands and products.
Covering all facets of logistics along the supply chain, including sea, air, road, and rail transport, the events will feature dedicated segments for perishable goods logistics, logistics parks, real estate, and logistics equipment. Additionally, a robust conference program will offer valuable insights and networking opportunities for participants to unlock market potential.
Wolfgang Meier, President of Silk Way West Airlines, emphasized the significance of air cargo China as a platform for fostering business success in the dynamic Asian market. With hubs strategically located in Zhengzhou, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, Silk Way West Airlines is poised to capitalize on the opportunities presented by the events.
Furthermore, recent visa waivers for visitors from select European and Asian countries further facilitate international participation, reinforcing Shanghai’s position as a global business hub and underscoring the significance of the transport logistic China and air cargo China events in driving industry growth and collaboration.