According to industry forecasts, the cargo segment of the airline business will more than triple by 2025. But before industry players begin celebrating, they should consider that the boom in air freight will not deliver an automatic “bump up” in growth across the board. In fact, 5.6 billion US dollars will move from the top line of air cargo carriers to their competitors over the next five years. Now is the time for air cargo players to achieve high performance or risk disappearing from the competitive landscape completely.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) limit in cargo airlines having been raised by the Government from 49% to 74% is attracting major overseas players to expand their Indian networks and capacity, with Middle East Carriers particularly prominent in the build up.
Considering the foreseeable growth of Air Cargo industry, ASSOCHAM India’s leading Apex Chamber for Commerce & Industry proposes to organise an International Conference on Air Cargo Industry at the Hotel Le-Meridien in New Delhi.
We are pleased to inform you that the Secretary, Ministry of Civil Aviation has confirmed to deliver Chief Guest Address at this Conference in the Inaugural Session.
We are pleased to inform you that leading global consultancy company KPMG has agreed to prepare a Background Paper on Air Cargo Industry for this Conference.
On behalf of ASSOCHAM, we invite your esteemed organisation to “Partner” this timely and meaningful Conference.
Registration Fees: Rs. 2000 per Delegate (10% Discount for ASSOCHAM Members and 20% Discount for two or more Delegates).