Rubb USA are looking forward to networkng with over 5,000 international air cargo and maritime executives, manufacturers, importers, exporters, airlines and logistics providers. Together exhibitors and attendees will discuss how to enhance the growth of the cargo industry in the USA.
The Rubb warehouse and aviation team will be on hand to discuss the benefits of Rubb’s range of high quality cargo warehouse structures, suitable for materials handling, processing and storage. Our large clear spans buildings provide efficient working environments for a wide range of air and sea cargo requirements. Rubb structures are built to last, but are also fully relocatable or extendable to meet changing operational needs.
Air & Sea Cargo Americas 2017 aims to bring together business leaders from all sectors of the aviation, maritime and logistics industries. Topics that will be covered over the three days of Conferences will include security, regional consolidation, manufacturer and shipper needs in high growth cargo, trade facilitation, improving productivity, speed and service quality, responding to market changes and demands from shippers, consolidators and forwarders, and controlling costs while streamlining customer services.
David Nickerson, Rubb President and Chuck Auger, Marketing Manager, will be representing Rubb at Air and Sea Cargo Americas 2017. Stop by Booth #407 to explore Rubb cargo warehouses.
Exhibition Hall Hours
Wednesday, November 1st: 12noon-7:00pm
Thursday, November 2nd: 12noon-5:30pm
Friday, November 3rd: 10:00am-1:00pm
If you are thinking about buying a fabric building we encourage you to ask the tough questions before buying a fabric structure. Rubb offers no-cost consultations for new buildings, and complimentary in-house evaluations of your existing buildings and plans.
Rubb storage buildings are the ideal solution to help companies accommodate their expansion plans, bulk storage or meet changing logistical needs. Our storage structures are readily configured to accommodate conveyors and other loading methods, and retaining side walls can also be integrated to resist lateral loadings.
Rubb port storage buildings offer marine terminals a solution that allows for maximum flexibility with respect to multiple handling methods and configurations. Relocating and re-using these port buildings is easy and cost effective, which is ideal for the continuous growth and high demand of any port.