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"Seminar on Air Freight Market Analysis and Development Planning" was successfully held in Chengdu, Sichuan

Time:November 13 2019

From November 7 to 8, 2019, the “Seminar on Air Cargo Market Analysis and Development Planning” sponsored by ACL Industry Research Institute of Air City Development Co., Ltd. and co-organized by the Civil Aviation Training Center was successfully held in Chengdu, Sichuan. About 50 representatives from near 30 units, including airports and air cargo companies and management units of airport economic zones from Guangxi, Ningbo, Jiangxi, Chongqing, Chengdu, Guangdong, Yunnan, Qingdao, Tianjin, Hebei, Xinjiang, Guizhou, Shenyang, Chengdu and Beijing, as well as Boeing, Tongji University, COMAC, and network technology companies, participated in the seminar. This seminar also received strong support from Sichuan Airport Group Co., Ltd.
During the seminar, experts and students carried out full discussion and sharing on the topics such as “analysis and development of international and domestic air cargo market forecast”, “countermeasures of air cargo related companies under the new situation” and “business analysis and coordinated development of related companies on the air cargo chain”. In addition, they also conducted interactive discussions with representatives of the airport groups in various places on “Air Freight Innovation and Development”.

After the seminar, all participants visited the Air Cargo Logistics Park of Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, listened to the introduction of the representative of Sichuan Airport Group about the Chengdu international aviation market and Chengdu Shuangliu International Cargo Terminal, and learned about the freight area of Tianfu International Airport under construction.

Mr. Huang Hui, General Manager of Ezhou Aviation Base Project of SF Airlines conducted a special training on Analysis of International and Domestic Air Freight Markets and Development Forecast


Mr. Cheng Bo, ACL Assistant General Manager shared, on behalf of the platform management company of the Air Cargo Park, the topic of Operation Analysis of Air Cargo Enterprises and Coordinated Development


Mr. Zhang Dezhi, Vice General Manager of China Southern Airlines Cargo Logistics Co., Ltd. discussed and shared the Analysis and Coordinated Development of Air Freight Enterprises on behalf of the airlines and freight enterprises

Mr. Li Hongbin, Vice General Manager of Guangxi Airport Group and director of the Professional Committee of Planning Development and Airport Economy of China Civil Airports Association, shared the topic of Analysis and Coordinated Development of Air Cargo Enterprises from the perspective of airports and related government units

Professor Wang Yunfang interacted and exchanged with participants on the Innovation and Development of Air Cargo

The representative of Sichuan Airport Group introduced the Air Cargo Market and Development Plan of Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport

Through the experts’ sharing of analysis of international and domestic air cargo market and development forecast, as well as analysis of the current operation and market development of airports, airlines and cargo companies, and interpretation of relevant policies of CAAC, the participants believed that this seminar is characterized by its comprehensive, three-dimensional and multi-angle themes with novel form. It is a seminar at the right time. It not only helps them more clearly understand the situation of the national freight market and future development opportunities, but also has important reference significance for developing local airport air freight market and improving aviation logistics innovative services.
The participants all agreed that they have learned a lot from this seminar. They hoped that the ACL Industry Research Institute will continue to provide more and better series of training courses, promote industry exchange and sharing, and jointly promote the continuous improvement and development of the aviation logistics industry, which will assist in constructing a “civil aviation power”.