Arizona airport targets Mexican e-commerce traffic with new cargo facility
01 / 08 / 2018
Plans have been revealed for the development of a cargo facility housing a joint US-Mexican Customs post at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport as it targets e-commerce traffic between the two countries.
Arizona governor Doug Ducey announced that SkyBridge Arizona planned to open the country’s first international air cargo hub to have a joint Mexican and US Customs operation at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
It is hoped the move will enable e-commerce companies and manufacturers conducting business in Mexico and throughout Latin America to more efficiently and cost-effectively transport goods between countries without needing to go through the “cumbersome and inefficient international Customs centre in Mexico City”.
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