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The Air Cargo Handling Conference – ACH is widely recognized as the global air cargo handling sector’s premier annual gathering. This year, Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Bangkok Flight Services (BFS) hosted the Air Cargo Handling 2015 Conference in Bangkok, Thailand and hosted the Air Cargo Handling 2015 Gala Dinner as part of the conference.
Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Bangkok Flight Services (BFS), a local joint venture of WFS offering handling services at Suvarnabhumi Airport hosted the Air Cargo Handling 2015 Conference from 1 – 3 September 2015 at Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok which was the first time the global event had been staged outside of Europe.
Over 160 international cargo industry professionals attended this conference. The conference featured presentations and discussions with leading international industry leaders sharing the various perspectives on several concerning topics within air cargo industry including the issues of improving quality, standards, e-AWB, security, technology and more
In addition, on the evening of 2 September 2015, WFS and BFS organized and sponsored the Gala Dinner at the Chomwang Room, Royal Navy Convention Hall in Bangkok as one of the highlights of this high profile conference.
The guests were boarded on river boats for a cocktail cruise down the Chao Phraya River, taking them from the Shangri-la Hotel pier to the Chomwang Room where the Air Cargo Handling 2015 Gala Dinner was held. The Gala Dinner was themed to promote Thai cultures and identity through the various forms of Thai arts. The participants enjoyed Thai cuisine and performances and the demonstration of Thai style flower arrangement, fruit carving and umbrella painting.
During the evening, a charity auction was also held to raise funds for two organisations; the Foundation for Slum Child Care in Bangkok and the Old MacDonalds Farm in Zambia. Both charity organisations are greatly involved in improving the life of children in Thailand and Zambia.