Russian and International Logistics Companies will Meet at the 2nd ACEX Alliance Conference in September 2015.
The 2nd international conference of the logistics alliance Associated Cargo Experts (ACEX) will take place in 5th September 2015 in the northern capital of Russia.
The conference will accept Russian and international forwarders and top managers of the companies from different countries.
The main goal of the alliance members visit is the joint business development between the Russian and international forwarders.
The purpouse of the conference is to provide the partners from experienced transport companies with stainless business and financial reputation with the platform for face-to-face meetings.
The alliance conference will last full day. The business meetings will allow the participants to improve current terms of delivery, tariffs, agency network and widen the range of services for new directions in international and domestic transportations.
The joint turnover of ACEX alliance members is more than 10 billion US dollars. The participants of the conference are represented in all the basic logistics business centers of the world which allow to build joint supply chains from different regions between the members. Every conference participant will have an opportunity to get the knowledge of the peculiarities of the local market, customs features and legislature and to get new business.
The first Alliance Conference took place on September 12-14, 2014 in Moscow and accepted more than 60 top managers of the international logistics from different countries of the world. The leaders and managers of the following companies came to Moscow: ARAMEX (UAE), Weida (China), Shipco (China, Baltic states), Cargo Partner (Eastern Europe, USA), Quick Cargo Service (Germany), Sparber Group (Spain), Hankyu Hanshin (Japan), Oceanair (USA) and other directors of the international logistics companies ACEX alliance partners.
Among Russian conference participants were specialists from million- cities which are the consolidation centers and transit hubs of the Russian Federation: Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny-Novgorod, Kazan, Irkutsk, etc.
The foreign participants were interested in the meetings with the representatives from the CIS countries – Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, as the logistics of these regions is closely connected with the Russian economy.
The conference 2014 details are available at the conference page.
To register as the 2nd ACEX alliance conference participant please fill the online form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org