transport logistic Southeast Asia inaugural event, a true global gathering


From November 1 to 3, 2023, the key players in the airfreight, transport, and logistics sectors will meet for the first time at Transport Logistic Southeast Asia and Air Cargo Southeast Asia.

They are looking forward to establishing, maintaining and expanding contacts with the Southeast Asian market on the approximately 10,000 sqm of exhibition space at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre in Singapore.

With 135 exhibitors from 23 countries, the exhibition space is sold out. The demand clearly shows that the Southeast Asian market is becoming increasingly important for international companies.

Due to the challenges of the past years, many companies are currently using a China+1 strategy to expand their supplier network and relocate production or branches to new locations with attractive conditions.

Singapore and other Southeast Asian countries offer a good opportunity to diversify and increase the resilience of supply chains.

Singapore is already an important hub for trade to and from Asia, so many of the world’s logistics service providers are already based there or are increasingly looking for local cooperation partners.

Visitors of the transport logistics Southeast Asia and air cargo Southeast Asia will have the opportunity to find out about business opportunities in Southeast Asia and can network with 135 well-known exhibitors from 23 countries from the transport and logistics sector as well as the sea and air freight sector.

In addition to companies from Southeast Asia, companies from North America, Europe and the Middle East are also strongly represented. Exhibitors include Northlink Aviation, DP World, duisport, DHL, R-Bag Group, Liege Airport, and Gebrüder Weiss, for example.


The international country pavilions from Singapore, the Netherlands, Germany, and China also record a high level of participation. Companies such as Singapore Airlines, SATSACO GROUP, GUUD, Crossover Asset Management, SFS Global, Halcon Primo Logistics, and Commonwealth Kokubu Logistics will be exhibiting at the joint booth of the host country Singapore.

Asia Pacific is also one of the most important markets in the air cargo sector. From a strategic point of view, the timing of air cargo Southeast Asia is therefore perfect for initiating important business deals and establishing contacts in this growth market.

Numerous global and regional players in the industry such as Boeing, Emirates SkyCargo, Singapore Airlines, United Cargo, Jettainer, Garuda Indonesia, MASKargo, Vietjet Cargo, and ACL Airshop have signed up.

“Southeast Asia is a dynamic hub for trade and commerce,” said Michael Wilton, CEO & Managing Director of MMI Asia. “The transport logistics of Southeast Asia gives visitors access to a wide range of market opportunities. The show provides the platform to connect with the right people from the region and unlock growth potential. “We look forward to a wide-ranging conference program focusing on digitalisation, resilience, and sustainability that will discuss the current and upcoming issues in the logistics industry with a broad audience”.

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Devender was born in the year when the Beatles Group was formed. He holds two master’s degrees in English Literature and Public Administration. He also has an Honors degree in English Literature and a post-graduate diploma in Corporate Communications and Public Relations. He was closely associated with the Indian State Transport Undertakings and Ministry of Transport in his role as Corporate Communications and PR specialist for over two decades handling domestic and international organizations. He ventured into business forming his own Media House, Profiles Media Network Private Limited which is now a twenty years old company. Excelling as an editor, Marketing, PR, Anchor, and Advertising specialist, he is now expertly navigating the world of social media. A widely traveled professional internationally, Devender has a deep understanding of the Air Cargo, Cargo Business, Cargo Airports, Freighters and Cargo Industry at large.