Philadelphia International Airport is investing big to build cargo infrastructure for the future to increase revenue from cargo operations considerably.
Philadelphia International Airport is located right in the middle of the US political capital Washington DC in the south and the financial capital New York in the north. This important airport in the east coast of the US did very little to develop cargo business initially and a lot of cargo business growth happened by accident. “I think our cargo operation could have grown significantly beyond where it is today. But we just didn’t have any facilities or any opportunities to expand our capacity,” says Jim Tyrrell, Chief Revenue Officer, Philadelphia International Airport, in the latest episode of Logistics Tech Dialogues, presented by Kale Logistics Solutions.