Eric Kulisch, Air Cargo Editor at FreightWaves, chats with Emir Pineda, Manager, Miami-Dade Aviation Department.
Miami International Airport is the cargo hub for the Americas. Flowers, fresh fruit, seafood, machinery and other products transfer there between U.S. destinations and Latin America and Europe. MIA had a record year for cargo in 2020 despite the COVID pandemic. Join this discussion with Emir Pineda, Manager Aviation & Trade Logistics at the Miami-Dade Aviation Department, to find out why Miami continues to grow with cargo operations and how it organized the cargo community together to make sure pharmaceutical companies were confident that COVID-19 vaccines could be handled quickly and efficiently.