Air Cargo Latin America
AIR CARGO LATIN AMERICA is the first digital media exclusively dedicated to the air cargo industry in Latin America. Our digital publication is read by Freight Forwarders, Airlines, Importers, Exporters, Customs Agents, Authorities, Professionals and Organizations linked to this mode of transport, and it can be read in four different languages (there are more available, upon request).
Our team has a direct field expertise of more than 30 years (and on-going) in the air cargo industry, not only journalists. This guarantees our readers high quality information direct from the sources, as well as deep and focused analysis, opinions and guidance on this very dynamic industry. We offer a full and self-developed Air Cargo Manual (https://aircargolatinamerica.com/cargas-aereas-conceptos-basicos/) which can satisfy different purposes, such as staff training, permanent consultation and support, induction process to new staff as well as providing general knowledge and overview on the activity, among others.
AIR CARGO LATIN AMERICA is a platform open to the different players in the air cargo industry, where they can share thoughts and ideas with our audience. It is also opened to disseminate companies’ initiatives, new products, services, press releases, etc. There are only two conditions: professionalism and respect.
We invite those interested in supporting our publication to download our Media-Kit 2020 (https://aircargolatinamerica.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Media-Kit.pdf) and write to our dedicated email address email@example.com for further commercial conditions.
Air Cargo News
Established in 1983, Air Cargo News is the leading source of news, information, interviews, analyses and reports to the global airfreight industry. Our leading portfolio includes print, digital and events that give businesses in the airfreight industry the ability to connect with decision-makers in this sector.
The Air Cargo News portfolio includes a quarterly print title with detailed analysis, in-depth features, interviews with senior executives from the industry and important data; a Monthly Exclusive email curating news, interviews, comment, analysis, and special reports; two weekly e-newsletters (delivered every Tuesday and Thursday) providing you with the latest news and analysis from our award-winning journalists; and a world-leading website updated daily with content covering the breadth of issues affecting the global airfreight sector.
Air Cargo Update – It is the first and only independent monthly magazine featuring news, views, interviews, analysis of challenges and changes faced by the fast-growing and ever-changing air cargo industry. Air Cargo Update, now in its 19th year, covers leaders and provides neutral, independent news and views of the air cargo industry worldwide.
The magazine serves as a platform for industry leaders to put forth their views on various issues pertaining to air cargo industry. And hence Air Cargo Update, enjoys a reputation of being the voice of the industry. The publication features on digital transformation, aviation bodies, airports, airlines, freight forwarders, specialized logistics service providers, ground handlers and all other major components of the air cargo supply chain.
It also has insightful features and information about critical industry issues from recognized industry leaders. The journalistic research- based articles; opinion columns, features etc, creates high-value interest amongst readers, who are, mostly decision makers.
Air Cargo Week
Established for almost 30 years, AZura International is a major digital and print publishing organisation, specialising in the provision of airfreight news and information, events and awards as well as being pioneers of azfreight.com – the world’s leading website for the global air cargo community.
The company’s portfolio of products and services is extensive and includes: Air Cargo Week, ACW Digital, ACW Daily News, aircargoweek.com, azfreight.com (incorporating the hugely popular Quote Request System ‘QRS’ – a benefit of Premium Membership), as well as the recently launched specialist monthly ACW Supplement.
Since its inception in 1998 Air Cargo Week has been the only weekly airfreight industry newspaper with a worldwide circulation, both digitally and in print format. ACW Daily News is written and produced on-site at all major air cargo industry exhibitions around the world including Air Cargo Europe, Air Cargo China and Air Cargo Forum.
In order to meet the demands of a rapidly-changing marketplace, the company has also developed a full hosting service for the provision of industry-related webinars.
In addition to its market-leading publications and websites, AZura International is the Exclusive Partner of Messe Muenchen for Air Cargo Europe and Air Cargo China which are held bi-annually in Munich and Shanghai respectively as well as being their Sales Partner for the Air Cargo Forum and logitrans events.
Sixteen years ago, the Air Cargo Week World Air Cargo Awards were inaugurated and have subsequently become the premier worldwide platform for recognition of the industry’s performance levels and service standards. The Awards are presented on an annual basis during the transport logistic events in Munich and Shanghai.
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CAAS is a b2b magazine widely recognised as the leading provider of in-depth, insightful, and independent editorial coverage of all aspects of the air freight supply chain, with a particular focus on air cargo quality, efficiency, operations, and handling. We also organise the ACHL and airfreight pharma event.
Cargo Trends is a leading and established publication on air cargo, airports, logistics, freight forward and supply chain. Circulated globally, Cargo Trends is read by the decision makers in the air cargo industry.
Cargo Trends has a dedicated website that provides updated information on the global air cargo trends. It covers the latest trends, developments, and best practices in air logistics management; airline cargo strategy, cargo airport development, air cargo handling, ULD management, pharmaceutical trends and much more.
Cargo Trends views all of these areas from multiple perspectives, via analysis, surveys and in-depth interviews with airlines, airports, cargo handlers, freight forwarders and shippers working in the air cargo supply chain management. Cargo Trends is certainly a publication for the air cargo operations sector, delivering key insights into how best to fulfill the needs on the ground of airlines, air cargo customers, and other air logistics providers and stakeholders.