With India one of the fastest growing cargo and aviation markets in the world and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s major bilateral economic partner, Saudia Cargo is upbeat over the three-day exhibition Air Cargo India 2018.
Saudia Arabia is the 4th largest market in the world for Indian exports after China, US and the UAE. Its major exports include food products, electronics, machineries and raw materials. The Kingdom, likewise, accounts for India’s major imports, primarily oil, metal products and precious stones.
Bilateral trade between the two countries was valued at USD25 billion in 2016-17.
At the event, Saudia Cargo will showcase its capabilities and expertise in handling general and special cargo, among other specialized freight services, in keeping up with the event’s “fly perishables & fly pharma” theme for the booth.
The freight company’s booth at the 7th Edition of ACI 2018 scheduled from 20-22 February, 2018 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Mumbai will welcome guests and inquiries. Reliable and effective mode of transportation is a key element to keep up with the fast growing pace of commercial trade between India and KSA and to the rest of the world.
Rainer Muller, Executive Director Commercial underscored the event’s importance in connecting with the global cargo industry and share insights on many issues and challenges that affect the sector.
“ACI 2018 will give us the opportunity to connect with our peers, share experiences with each other and discuss at length possible solutions for the challenges that we face as well as finding solutions for the complexity and the dynamics of the Indian market,” said Rainer, an aviation executive veteran.
“Technology is changing the way we think, work and do business. Through forums such as this, we identify, discuss and update our skills and find solutions for common problems.”
ACI 2018 is organized by The Stat Trade Times, the flagship publication from the global multimodal transport media specialist the STAT Media Group. The event is expected to draw major companies and topnotch cargo specialists from around the world to network, collaborate and discuss pressing issues affecting the industry.