Global Air Freight Market Seminars
Take part in the informative air freight seminars that detail the evolving changes in the marketplace and the impact these changes will have on your own logistics decisions.
Kuehne + Nagel air freight seminars provide a unique opportunity to meet face-to-face with transportation and logistics specialists to discuss various points of view on aspects of the air freight industry, including capacity, fuel, demand & supply, freighter aircrafts, product launches or disruptions, economic indices and impacts to airlines, and tariffs. Learn more about new solutions as well as how to address the challenges of a changing market.
In addition to networking with leading industry experts who are passionate about the subject, you will be able to develop new processes and make better logistics choices.
Kuehne + Nagel air freight seminars are hosted in different locations around the country for your convenience. If you are attending a seminar in one of our many locations, learn the latest industry information from our speaker, Edward DeMartini, Vice President Air Freight Development - North America.
After a 10+ year career at DHL, Edward joined Kuehne + Nagel in 2011 within the Corporate Sales team located in Schindellegi, Switzerland. Playing a pivotal role in pioneering air freight solutions such as KN PharmaChain, Edward worked on strategy & business development within Kuehne + Nagel’s key account verticals. In 2014, Edward took over as the North American Head of Key Account Sales across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Four years later in 2018, Edward was named Vice President, Air Freight Development – North America, responsible for air freight development through value-add products and solutions, including Kuehne + Nagel’s “e-touch” air freight strategy and customer tools such as KN FreightNet. With his experience, Edward also provides support to North America Sales as well as North America air freight pricing, who provide solutions and rates to client requests.
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