Miami: Cargo Facts 2010, the annual aviation symposium now in its sixteenth year, takes place at the Doral Golf Resort and Spa. More than 40 industry executives will make presentations on current business strategies affecting flight equipment usage. There will be a round table session on the current and future value of six popular aircraft types, as well as keynote and luncheon addresses from Boeing and Airbus on their operating plans for 2011 and beyond. For more information, contact Molly Devine, conference manager, on +1 206 587 6537, email conference@cargofacts. com or visit www.cargofacts.com/ symposium/index.htm
Amsterdam: The International Air Cargo Association's Air Cargo Forum and Exposition will bring together all segments of the industry in one place at one time. This biennial event, which attracts thousands of senior executives and hundreds of exhibitors from across the globe, will be hosted by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. For more information, visit: www.tiaca.org.
Geneva, Switzerland: IATA's 6th Cargo Claims and Loss Prevention Conference can help protect precious revenue in these challenging times by promoting practical, workable solutions and best practices for quick and efficient processing and resolution of air cargo claims. The conference, to be held in IATA's own Conference Center, is the only event addressing the special needs of an often neglected niche area. It will prove highly beneficial for claims personnel, risk and insurance managers, loss adjusters, aviation liability lawyers as well as industry e-commerce and operations managers. Program highlights: harmonizing the MC99 liability limit for air cargo across all routes worldwide; applying the e-AWB business process under the Warsaw regime; introducing electronic claims management; identifying potential liability issues in e-freight implementation. For full details, visit firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at https://ems.resrunner.com/ CCLP2010.
Washington, DC: The Airports Council International--North America hosts its annual International Aviation Seminar. The event brings together top airport and airline management, government officials and consultants, to explore the latest developments in international air travel, and government air transport policies that impact airports' ability to retain and secure international air service. The seminar will conclude with the ACI-NA's Annual Holiday Reception that evening. Information: email@example.com.
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Amsterdam: Pharma IQ's Cool Chain Europe conference claims to be the world's largest event of its kind. A supporting exhibition features solutions and services for cool chain transport, packaging, quality assurance and management. For more information, visit www.coolchaineurope.com.
Nairobi, Kenya: Air Cargo Africa, the first conference of its kind, will be held at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre. The event is organized by the STAT Trade Times, which has run three editions of Air Cargo India. There is an accompanying exhibition. Go to www.stattimes.com/ACA2011.
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