The future of air cargo strategies and business models
Roland Zistler AVIATION NOW, AIRFREIGHT ACADEMY Managing director
Michał Grochowski LOT Polish Airlines Global Head of Cargo
Gergely Fónod CEVA Logistics Air and Ocean Manager
Christa Pucher Vishay Intertechnology Inc Director of Logistics Europe
Martina Smolková Lufthansa Country Manager for Czech republic and Slovakia
József Kossuth Budapest Airport Head of cargo
It's no secret that the air cargo sector saw a considerable uptick in activity following the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020.
The resultant collapse in passenger air travel forced many operators to shift their strategies to stay competitive, and the boom in global e-commerce further strengthened the need for effective air freight to support global supply chains.
Despite this, the air cargo market remains a volatile one. Sanctions, airspace closures, and other factors are likely to bring challenges to all areas of global logistics, and with significant re-routing required, air cargo is no exception. With innovative business models and clear strategies, an organization can gain advantages by focusing its direction and refining its scope in an ever-changing environment.
With this expert panel discussion at the WOF Expo, you can gain insights into how the air cargo industry may configure resources and competencies to fulfill future shareholder expectations. How to create strategic pillars, develop encouraging business models and materialize plans with accuracy, while working towards a common strategic goal.