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Connecting Continents: Delivery World on “Cargo Week Americas – Expo Carga 2015”

01.07.2015

23 to 25 June Delivery World's experts took part in the annual logistics exhibition “Cargo Week Americas – Expo Carga 2015”, that was held in Mexican capital Mexico. It was not the first time for our representatives to attend this key Latin American event in logistics, transportation, and warehousing industries. Expo Carga includes all the main issues of international trade and cargo carriage, and by right is deemed one of the most important business grounds of the region.

The exhibition is held in Mexico (one of the most populated cities in the world) not by chance. The city is not only financial and trade center, it locates all the main types of production industry, and the largest regional airport named after Benito Juarez, which is the main hub used by the leading airlines and the main connection unit for North and South Americas.

Expo Carga was divided on dedicated subsections including rail, air, and sea shipments, customs and warehousing services, infrastructure (airports, roads, ports, depots), and etc. This year during three days the leading representatives of the industry could meet potential customers, make them get acquainted with provided services, and enter into new contracts. During the business program the participants had a chance to exchange experience, and to discuss prospective for the industry development in Latin American Region and beyond its borders.

Delivery World performs airfreight from Latin America on regular basis. That's the main reason for our experts to take part in Cargo Week Americas – Expo Carga. The scale of event grows from year to year and attracts more and more professionals of the industry. For us Expo Carga represents universal ground to expand our knowledge of the region, receive information on changes in customs and transportation laws in Latin American countries, and to establish new business connections. On the show we entered into several new contracts for supplying equipment from Mexico to Moscow and St. Petersburg.

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