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Miami International Airport Weighs Private Deal For Five-Level Cargo Hub

Miami International Airport is in talks with a venture that wants to help double cargo capacity within three to five years by building a five-level cargo structure. CCR+Airis made the unsolicited proposal last year, aviation Communications Director Greg Chin confirmed to Miami Today.

The $1.1 billion privately funded project would rise on 29.4 acres in a ground lease with the airport for a cargo building in MIA’s western cargo area.
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Virus Disrupts Miami Area’s International Trade And Supply Systems

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The coronavirus pandemic has shaken and rearranged trade and supply chains in Miami-Dade County, home to PortMiami and Miami International Airport, global hubs for international trade. It has also pushed the country into an economic downturn, causing a collapse in demand for many products. But this enormous trade system — which includes importers, exporters, logistics firms, freight forwarders, warehouses, customs brokers, transporters and others — continues to function even as it deals with shortages of merchandise, demand spikes, business closings, import delays, sick employees, and the need to reduce personnel.

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