About Logistics Update Africa
Logistics Update Africa is the first of its kind, multimodal transport magazine signifying Africa’s potential to the world. The content is strongly research driven and provides information on various developments taking place in the logistics industry of Africa across sectors like shipping, aviation, road and rail transport, etc.
Contents include coverage on air, sea, and road & rail transport of general/bulk cargo. Air express, courier, sea ports & private terminals, airports & air cargo terminals, CFSs, ICDs, logistics parks, FTZs, warehouses, distribution & supply chain, cool chain service providers & facilities, temperature controlled transportation, current news, interviews of CEOs/MDs & industry experts, Service providers’ announcements, press releases, cargo traffic statistics, Company profile, authored articles, special features, events coverage, Exclusive guest column for experts’ views.
About the publisher
STAT Media Group STAT Media Group was formed in the year 1986 with an objective to cater to the logistics industry in India and worldwide. Based in Navi Mumbai, India, the Group has made a significant contribution to the industry through its strong research-driven publications and high-profile networking Air Cargo events.
STAT Trade TimesThe STAT Trade Times, popularly known as STAT TIMES, is published every month and is a multimodal transport media dedicated to provide in-depth information coverage in the field of Aviation, Shipping, and Transport & Tourism. The STAT Trade Times is the only multi modal transport news source, which is appreciated and used by the decision makers for their commercial benefits since 1986.
Air Cargo Africa STAT Times organized the first ever AIR CARGO AFRICA 2011, a platform for the global players to establish their business in this vast and untapped virgin continent.
The event, themed `Air Cargo in Emerging Africa was scheduled from the February 22nd to 24th, 2011 at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, Kenya. 54 exhibitors representing various sectors of the Air Cargo industry from 25 countries displayed their world class products and services, specifically designed for the air transport industry.
270 delegates from across the globe including Russia, China, USA, Europe, India, Australia, Canada, Singapore, and 12 countries from Africa took part in the deliberations stretched over the three days. 2,429 visitors from 23 countries across Africa and 19 countries from other continents visited the exhibition to explore business prospects. Middle Eastern representatives were conspicuous by the presence of delegates from Qatar Airways Cargo, Saudi Airlines Cargo, Etihad Crystal Cargo and National Air Cargo.
The 2nd AIR CARGO AFRICA 2013 will be held in South Africa, at the Emperor’s Palace, Johannesburg.