Why Attend?

AirCargo brings together all actors in the air cargo supply chain in one location to discuss trends, challenges, opportunities and the future of the air cargo industry. Airlines, airport authorities, freight forwarders, truckers and expediting companies along with the vendors who support them are all in one place.

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AirCargo 2020 Golf Event

Nashville in January isn’t conducive to getting out on the links – so we’re taking the AirCargo 2020 event under the heaters and into downtown – this year to be held at Top Golf in Nashville! Your golf registration includes transportation to Top Golf, continental breakfast, games, club rental and lunch afterwards.

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Exhibitors will have the opportunity to speak and network with senior managers and decision makers across companies who are involved in air cargo.  Whether you are a surety, technology company, asset offering 3PL, airline or other company, here is your chance to expose your brand to thought leaders, managers and operations people in air cargo.

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Sponsors for AirCargo 2020 are able to get their message to a diverse audience of corporate leaders and compliance managers from across all parts of the air cargo supply chain. Sponsorships are available for everything from conference attendee items like tote bags and lanyards through to sponsoring events such as meals or breaks.

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Conference Agenda
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01:00 PM - 04:00 PM Saturday - Registration Desk Opens

  Hit the registration desk early and get settled in! We're opening the registration desk on Saturday so you can get registered and save time on Sunday to enjoy the golf tournament, the women's networking session and opening night events.

07:00 AM - 02:00 PM Sunday - Golf Tournament

  Topgolf is a three-story-tall driving range with bar and kitchen. The range is populated by several dozen bays, in which each bay is essentially a private driving range tee with a wait staff. Foursomes? Try sixsomes! Honestly, it feels like going to a golf version of a bowling alley.

04:00 PM - 05:30 PM Sunday - Women's Networking Session

  Topic: How Companies Have Successfully Reduced Their Carbon Footprint A panel has been invited to discuss how they have worked to improve the carbon footprint in the transportation industry . These women are not only succeeding in their industry, but are also focusing on reducing the carbon footprint. The Women’s Networking Event is not only focusing on supporting women in the industry, but also their key initiatives that could benefit us all. - Sponsored by Air Canada Cargo

05:30 PM - 08:30 PM Sunday - Opening Night Reception

  Our Grand Opening Reception gives all attendees a chance to meet with friends, business partners, and customers, as well as promoting the opportunity to meet with prospective customers. Enjoy great food and entertainment while networking with your industry peers before the hustle and bustle of Monday morning's sessions.

Speaker Lineup
Speaker Lineup
Mark Wiese, Keynote Speaker

NASA Kennedy Space Center Gateway Logistics Element Manager

Mark Wiese, NASA Kennedy Space Center Gateway Logistics Element Manager, will unpack the Agency’s plan for the commercial supply chain in deep space that will enable an interplanetary economy and support the Artemis lunar exploration plan. Mark is an aerospace expert that manages the logistics element for NASA’s Gateway program. Mark manages the logistics element for NASA’s Gateway program. In this role, he provides project management expertise and strategic vision for commercial spacecraft, launch vehicles and integration services to advance the agency’s Gateway lunar orbiting platform of complex systems, utilization payloads, and research and development technologies. He oversees the design, development, test and evaluation of the spacecraft along with the program’s integration of commercial logistics missions to the Gateway.
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Craig Fuller, Keynote Speaker

CEO and Founder of FreightWaves

Craig Fuller is CEO and Founder of FreightWaves, the only freight-focused organization that delivers a complete and comprehensive view of the freight and logistics market. FreightWaves’ news, content, market data, insights, analytics, innovative engagement and risk management tools are unprecedented and unmatched in the industry. Prior to founding FreightWaves, Fuller was the founder and CEO of TransCard, a fleet payment processor that was sold to US Bank. He also is a trucking industry veteran, having founded and managed the Xpress Direct division of US Xpress Enterprises, the largest provider of on-demand trucking services in North America.
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Susy Schöneberg, Women's Networking

Head of Flexport.org

Susy is an experienced logistics professional and leads Flexport.org, a cross-functional group within Flexport that ensures that sustainable solutions are integrated across the company. She is passionate about matching corporate assets to the needs of nonprofit organizations to tackle humanity’s biggest challenges. Prior to joining Flexport, Susy worked in corporate strategy and sustainability management at Deutsche Bahn/DB Schenker, one of the largest mobility and logistics companies in the world. Susy lived in Europe and Asia for her undergraduate studies and holds an MBA from UC Berkeley.
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