Top 20 airports: American airports build up infrastructure despite trade tensions

At airports in the United States, American airport executives are supporting growing e-commerce, biopharmaceutical and perishable cargo trends with the expansion and renovation of airport infrastructure, with an eye towards China despite continued volatility in discussions between U.S. and Chinese government authorities.

We at Cargo Airport News spoke with leading air cargo executives at Anchorage International Airport (ANC), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Memphis International Airport (MEM) to gain insight into development plans and strategies executives are implementing to strengthen their airports’ cargo operations.

This post concludes our January series, where Cargo Airport News shares highlights from interviews with leading airport executives in air cargo. Read on to the following pages to learn more about top executives’ work in facilitating growth at ANC, LAX and MEM.

Click through the pages below for interview highlights with American airport cargo executives, including Jim Szczesniak of ANC, John Carver of LAX and Scott Brockman of MEM. Or click here to read series coverage detailing interview with European and Middle Eastern (EMEA) airport cargo executives, including Marc Houalla of CDG, Faisal Mohammed Al Mulla of DXB and Max Conrady of FRA. Series coverage detailing interviews with Asia’s executives, including Alaina Shum (HKG), Ching Kiat Lim (SIN), Jimmy Liu (TPE) can be found here.

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