LONDON, Sept. 14, 2012 /CNW/ - OAG Cargo, specialists in the supply of
data and information products for the global aviation industry, will be
hosting a 1 Day Workshop Programme at The International Air Cargo
Association (TIACA)'s Air Cargo Forum & Exposition (ACF) 2012, which is
being held in Atlanta, Georgia from 2nd to 4th October.
Reflecting TIACA's multi-sectoral membership, over 5,000 leading
decision-makers and more than 200 exhibitors from the air cargo supply
chain are expected to be at this premier industry event, including
airlines, freight forwarders, logistics providers, sales agents and
To capitalise on the opportunity, OAG Cargo has booked a Conference Room
for its Workshops which will take place over 4 sessions on Wednesday
October 3rd. TIACA members will be able to network, share their experiences and
learn more from the OAG Cargo team about how the company's range of
products and services are streamlining the airfreight rate management
process, enhancing communication between potential supply chain
partners and improving the flow of information.
Away from, and yet still in close proximity to, the activity on the
exhibition floor, the Workshops will offer an ideal complement to the
otherwise hectic schedule that many of those visiting ACF 2012 will
have. To make it easier for delegates to participate, OAG Cargo has set
up a reservations system through TIACA's own Air Logistics Network.
Anthony Bayliss OAG Cargo's Product Director commented: "ACF 2012 will
be a global forum and an extremely busy one. That's why we decided to
host our day of Workshops, so that as many people as possible will have
the chance to enjoy OAG Cargo's hospitality and network in relaxed
surroundings. We know we'll learn a lot about the issues that affect
them and we're confident that they'll appreciate the benefits of
joining the OAG Cargo community."
About OAG Cargo
OAG Cargo is part of UBM Aviation group, specialists in the supply of
data and information products, market intelligence, news and events for
the global aviation industry.
The company provides business critical information/communication to the
aviation cargo marketplace and related industries by engaging with the
air cargo community, applying its understanding and adapting to the
dynamics of the industry.
The company operates from regional offices in Singapore, the United
Kingdom and the United States and has a network of local
representatives around the world.
SOURCE: UBM Aviation
For further information:
OAG Cargo UK Press Office