The transport logistic exhibitions, the transport logistic and the air cargo
cluster of Messe München, is launching a new purely digital and global
platform. At Global Webinar Day 2020 on November 12 2020, international
industry representatives will have the opportunity to use the global network of the various trade fairs of the transport logistic exhibitions to obtain
information on current issues in the respective markets – free of charge
and in a time-saving manner.
Due to the worldwide corona pandemic, all foreign events of the transport logistic
network had to be cancelled this year. With the Global Webinar Day, industry
representatives are therefore now offered a digital alternative to virtually meet
and exchange knowledge in one day across all time zones.
Various webinars will be held on November 12, 2020 at the six transport logistic / air cargo locations around the world. Here, decision-makers and experts from the logistics industry will share current assessments and provide valuable market insights. In addition, they will be available to participants to answer questions interactively and discuss opportunities and challenges in the market.
Broad range of topics with regional focus Each 90-minute webinar focuses on a specific region. China starts with the topic: “Chinese logistics for a growing e-commerce market”. This is followed by the organisers in India with the question “When will India become a formidable power in the global air cargo market?”. Representatives from Turkey will discuss “What are the chances for Turkey to be the logistics hub of the Eurasian Region?”
From South Africa, participants will learn interesting facts about “Future forward –
what does it take for Africa to create a competitive landscape for air cargo?”. In
Europe, “A six months outlook – how are economy and supply chains developing?”
The USA will conclude the transport logistic exhibitions Global Webinar Day 2020 with an outlook on “Trends that will shape the growth of air cargo business in the Americas post pandemic”. The event language is English with the exception of the webinar in China. The participation is free of charge. In addition, virtual visitors can register for as many sessions as they wish according to their individual interests. All registered participants will have access to the recordings afterwards.
International co-operation for a global orientation Messe München involved MM Shanghai, MM India, EKO MMI and MM South Africa in the planning. Each location chose a specific topic, related content and organized top-class speakers. The session for Europe is organized by Messe München. The session in the USA is the responsibility of STAT Media, an Indian publishing house for logistics publications.
Further information is available and registration here