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The air cargo industry in the Middle East and India continues to outperform a recovering world market, with IATA reporting 10% growth in freight tonne kilometres within the Middle East and 5.8% in Asia/Pacifi c between January and August 2007, compared to the same period in 2006. These high growth levels are expected to continue unabated in the future, with countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and India investing billions of dollars in major infrastructure developments. Among the ambitious projects currently underway is Dubai World Central airport, which is expected to become the biggest airfreight hub in the world, capable of handling a massive 12 million tonnes of cargo annually. Air Cargo Middle East & India provides detailed information, insight and analysis to airlines, freighter forwarders and sales agents throughout this booming region, in addition to other key markets throughout the world. Through its targeted editorial, the magazine helps senior decision makers to keep themselves updated on important market developments, allowing them to make informed decisions that directly impact their company’s bottom line. With a strictly controlled circulation of 6,000 copies each month, which reach 18,600 readers in the region, Air Cargo Middle East & India is the magazine of choice for advertisers to promote themselves in this lucrative and highly dynamic market. As part of the ITP Transport Publishing Division, Air Cargo Middle East & India is fully supported by three market-leading publications – Aviation Business, Logistics Middle East and Sea Freight Middle East – which effectively cover the entire spectrum of supply chain operations, from transportation by road, sea or air to warehousing, consolidation and distribution. Last year, the division also organised the inaugural Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATA) in Dubai – a hugely successful celebration of the industry’s phenomenal achievements over the past year. Testimonials "As an airline professional I fi nd the content of the magazine gets to the heart of the cargo industry covering the most up and coming markets for British Airways World Cargo today. I especially like the face to face features which provide an insight into some of the key decision makers and their business models."Johnny M. Rubio Area Commercial Manager, Middle East, Pakistan, Bangladesh & Sri Lanka BAWC“Air Cargo Middle East & India provides us with valuable information on what’s happening in the local market, and is proving a valuable business tool, both for advertising and keeping up to date with new developments.”Adam WorthSales & Operations Manager, DFS Middle East FZE“With the growth of the cargo industry, particularly in this region, keeping up to date with developments, innovation and emerging trends is essential- Air Cargo Middle East and India helps us do this. With focussed and informative features on the topics we follow closely, as well as forecasts on areas that will impact us in the future, we look to this publication for its thorough information.”Prakash NairManager Network Cargo Sales Development, Emirates Airline Read more
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  • The air cargo industry in the Middle East and India continues to outperform a recovering world market, with IATA reporting 10% growth in freight tonne kilometres within the Middle East and 5.8% in Asia/Pacifi c between January and August 2007, compared to the same period in 2006.
  • These high growth levels are expected to continue unabated in the future, with countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and India investing billions of dollars in major infrastructure developments. Among the ambitious projects currently underway is Dubai World Central airport, which is expected to become the biggest airfreight hub in the world, capable of handling a massive 12 million tonnes of cargo annually.
  • Air Cargo Middle East & India provides detailed information, insight and analysis to airlines, freighter forwarders and sales agents throughout this booming region, in addition to other key markets throughout the world. Through its targeted editorial, the magazine helps senior decision makers to keep themselves updated on important market developments, allowing them to make informed decisions that directly impact their company’s bottom line.
  • With a strictly controlled circulation of 6,000 copies each month, which reach 18,600 readers in the region, Air Cargo Middle East & India is the magazine of choice for advertisers to promote themselves in this lucrative and highly dynamic market.
  • As part of the ITP Transport Publishing Division, Air Cargo Middle East & India is fully supported by three market-leading publications – Aviation Business, Logistics Middle East and Sea Freight Middle
  • East – which effectively cover the entire spectrum of supply chain operations, from transportation by road, sea or air to warehousing, consolidation and distribution.
  • Last year, the division also organised the inaugural Supply Chain and Transport Awards (SCATA) in Dubai – a hugely successful celebration of the industry’s phenomenal achievements over the past year.

Testimonials

"As an airline professional I fi nd the content of the magazine gets to the heart of the cargo industry covering the most up and coming markets for British Airways World Cargo today. I especially like the face to face features which provide an insight into some of the key decision makers and their business models."Johnny M. Rubio
Area Commercial Manager, Middle East, Pakistan,
Bangladesh & Sri Lanka BAWC“Air Cargo Middle East & India provides us with valuable information on what’s happening in the local market, and is proving a valuable business tool, both for advertising and keeping up to date with new developments.”
Adam WorthSales & Operations Manager, DFS Middle East FZE“With the growth of the cargo industry, particularly in this region, keeping up to date with developments, innovation and emerging trends is essential- Air Cargo Middle East and India helps us do this. With focussed and informative features on the topics we follow closely, as well as forecasts on areas that will impact us in the future, we look to this publication for its thorough information.”Prakash NairManager Network Cargo Sales Development, Emirates Airline