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ACE and Budapest Airport have partnered to put together the ACE Air Cargo Logistics tournament & the BUD Cargo Day, scheduled for October 7–9 2024 in Budapest, Hungary. ACE 2024 will be hosted at the prestigious Ritz-Carlton Budapest, coinciding with the 7th version of the esteemed BUD Air Cargo Day conference.

The tournament awaits events with a excessive-quality professional program that, with the participation of leading industry experts in air cargo and logistics, affords a 360-degree overview of local, regional and world air cargo news, challenges and contemporary trends.


ACE & BUD Cargo will present though-provoking networking experiences in an trim atmosphere, including a magnificent one-to-one assembly scheduler and resolution-pushed displays, offering many alternatives to earn and toughen long-lasting partnerships. ACE & the BUD Cargo Day 2024 will showcase basically the most standard trends and traits in air cargo logistics, featuring panel discussions with industry-leading experts, a large sequence of networking alternatives and the prestigious BUD Cargo Awards gala, honoring prominent contributions to the industry.

“ACE is extremely happy to collaborate with Budapest Airport in handing over a top-notch tournament, bringing together the air cargo logistics and freight forwarding sectors. The major purpose of ACE is to unite the air cargo logistics community, fostering discussions on the macrotrends shaping the industry and delving into deep-dive sessions to explain insights and alternatives. We’re smitten by net hosting our first tournament in Central Europe alongside the BUD Cargo Day. Budapest stands as belief to be one of Europe’s premier air cargo transportation hubs, making it an most titillating exclaim for ACE this twelve months. Budapest Airport is ahead-thinking, offering tubby alternatives for industry avid gamers of all sizes to explore novel trade possibilities and fortify existing relationships,” remarked Christos Spyrou, the organiser of ACE.


“The essence of the ACE tournament lies in its skill to derive executives from industry stakeholders, including airlines, freight forwarders, consolidators, GSSAs, handlers, shippers, and resolution suppliers, below one roof. We’re grateful for our strategic partnership with Budapest Airport, which enables us to highlight the Central European market.”

“At Budapest Airport, we’re constructing the cargo gateway to the CEE quandary. We understand the significance of collaboration and records-sharing in propelling innovation and development at some level of the air cargo industry. With the aim to foster sectoral alternate, now we had been organizing our BUD Cargo Day with good success since 2018, and this twelve months, we can welcome our traffic at an prolonged tournament. We’re happy and wrathful to work at the side of ACE, and collectively provide a treasured platform for industry stakeholders to come together and take care of the challenges and alternatives dealing with our sector in Central Europe and beyond,” added József Kossuth, the cargo director of Budapest Airport.

Christos Spyrou, the organiser of ACE (left) / Jozsef Kossuth, the cargo director of Budapest Airport (pretty)