The top three “aerotropolis” districts gain logistics management attention
in the NewsBehind KION Group’s acquisition of Dematic UniCarriers Americas executives partner with Roosevelt University Brexit impact yet to be measured by U.S. logistics managers Rail carload and intermodal volumes fall for the week ending June 18, reports AAR BTS reports U.S.-NAFTA trade falls 3.2 percent in April More News
As noted in today’s news section, airports with new infrastructure and access to population centers will remain dominant in the air cargo arena.
The top three “aerotropolis” districts—the areas surrounding these cargo-intense airports—stand out in JLL’s annual “Airport Outlook Report.”
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