Vietnam to host FIATA RAP, AFFA Mid-year and UNESCAP

30.06.2023

The series of important annual international conferences in logistics including FIATA RAP, AFFA Mid-Year Conference and UNESCAP Conference will be held in Da Nang from July 13rd to 15th.

On behalf of Vietnam, the Vietnam Logistics Association (VLA) will host the Asia-Pacific Annual Meeting of the Federation of International Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) and Mid-year conference of the ASEAN Freight Forwarders Federation (AFFA).

Accordingly, FIATA Region Asia-Pacific (FIATA RAP) Annual Meeting, AFFA Mid-Year Conference and United Nation Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) for logistics service providers is expected to have the participation of representatives of 50 countries in the Asia-Pacific region with nearly 300 international logistics enterprises.

FIATA wishes the Conference is an activity to further promote the development of logistics enterprises in potential regions such as Asia - Pacific. At the Conference, FIATA leaders and participating businesses will discuss important issues such as Development of digital freight forwarders; Developing Vietnam into a new transport and logistics center of Asia; To develop cross-border transport and the East-West economic corridor; Global FIATA-IATA Air Cargo training program and benefits for the Asia-Pacific region…

At the AFFA Mid-year Conference, delegates will exchange and discuss the topics of Trade Facilitation for cross-border transport; Training human resources in the logistics industry; Sustainable development and digital transformation in the logistics industry… Interested delegates can register to attend the event at: https://vla-fiatarap2023.com.vn/registration/

Source: https://cafef.vn/viet-nam-dang-cai-hoi-nghi-logistics-quoc-te-vao-giua-nam-2023-co-hang-tram-doanh-nghiep-gop-mat-188230628155618792.chn

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