Marina Kuznechevskaya is an Area Manager (Kazakhstan) at FlyDubai airline since 2014. She is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistic and Transport Board Member of Advisory Board of IATA Cargo panel ICAP and APJC for Kazakhstan. Marina Kuznechevskaya has 17 years of experience in industrial and automotive logistic and Avia industry.

Mr Huseyin Vice President of Turkish Cargo provides leadership to employees across 25 countries, 35 stations in Asia Pacific since 2011 using knowledge gained through 20 years in sales, business development and intermodal transportation fields of the logistics and airlines industry. He has located in Hong Kong for more than 10 years and was previously

Alem Abubakirova joined U.S. Consulate Almaty as a SABIT program coordinator for Central Asia in June 2018. Prior to this she worked as a Sustainable Development Manager at gold-mining company JSC “Kazakhaltyn” from 2016-2017. Before that, as an Investment and Export Development Specialist at the National export and investment promotion agency “KaznexInvest”. She is a

Timur Ospanov is a Strategic Development Adviser to the President of Almaty Intl Airport (‘AlmaPort’), where he facilitates three strategic initiatives that will bring about a dramatic shift in the logistics landscape of the region: • ‘Rail-2-Air’ inter-continental transit project – moving cargo from China to Europe, Africa and the Americas via AlmaPort, in collaboration

Mr. Ruslan Gabbasov began his career at the national company called Euro-Asia Air JSC. In 2011-2015, he held senior positions in the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies’ units. Later he served as the head of a passenger terminal of the largest airport in the Republic of Kazakhstan located in Almaty. His main task is

Marina Zhapabayeva, General Director, leading specialist in providing services in the field of air cargo transportation at “IrMa Air Service” LLP, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Marina Zhapabayeva has more than 20 years of experience in cargo transportation.

She has thirty years of experience in the field of foreign economic and foreign trade activities. She was the head of the Working group on the accession of the Republic of Tajikistan to the WTO. Expert in trade, transport and transit services.

Kateryna Schroeder is an agricultural economist at the World Bank Food and Agriculture Global Practice. Her main area of expertise lies in the area of agricultural and trade policy, and food security in the Europe and Central Asia region. In her work she is also exploring how digital technologies address market failures along the global