A hub of problems

Putzger, Ian
February 2004
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);2/9/2004, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p32
Provides information on cargo problems encountered at hub airports in the U.S. Comment from Robert Imbriani, vice president of international operations at Winnsboro, on the issue; International hubs that shippers try to avoid; Difference of an airline hub from an integrated carrier according to MergeGlobal's principal Brian Clancy; Remark from Peter Rose, chairman and chief executive of Expeditors International of Washington Inc., on loose cargo; Systems developed by several airlines to have a more efficient hub operation.


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