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AirCargo 2003
Phoenix, Arizona, United States - 9th, 10th and 11th March 2003
Exhibition / trade show

The organisers note that three leading associations in the air cargo industry have teamed up to produce AirCargo 2003.
AirCargo 2003 will include the Air Freight Management Conference and Exposition, sponsored by the Air & Expedited Motor Carriers Association and the Airforwarders Association, and the ACCA Annual Conference and Expo, sponsored by the Air Courier Conference of America.
The joint Conference promises to make AirCargo 2003 among the largest conferences and expositions for the air cargo industry, according to a joint statement issued by the three associations.  “Now, everyone who has an interest in the air cargo industry—freight forwarder, air carrier, trucker and agent—can gather at one event at one time.  This will mean greater networking, more businesses prospecting, and a broader opportunity to learn about the latest developments in this dynamic industry,” says the group.
Exhibit and registration details for the AirCargo 2003 will be available late this summer.  Interested exhibitors can Contact any of the three associations to reserve space.

9th, 10th and 11th March 2003

Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort

Contact for booking / more info:
David Wirsing, AfA: 703-519-9846 Joe Morris, ACCA: 301-962-7000 Brian Lagana, AEMCA: 703-519-0335

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