India is ready to build digital corridors with global hubs: Air Cargo India 2020LogYcode
The Air Cargo India 2020 show was effectively concluded with more than 70 exhibitors ranging and involving more than 2000 people from the air cargo community coupled with panel discussions, discussing many of the core issues concerning the air freight industry. Air Cargo India (ACI) 2020 took place from 25 to 27 February at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Mumbai, India, and was inaugurated by the chief guest Vandana Aggarwal, economic advisor to the Indian Ministry of Aviation.
After opening the exhibition door, Aggarwal gave the keynote address at the conference where she addressed the air cargo industry’s current position in India and highlighted government initiatives such as the National Cargo Policy, the UDAN scheme, Krishi Udan. Aggarwal emphasized the Government’s interest in creating digital corridors and shared technical insights.
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