Learn more about how Mercury Air Cargo is digitalizing ops at its LAX facilities to combat congestion at the airport.
Mercury Air Cargo began implementing cargo communication and payment platform CargoSprint’s SprintPass at its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) facilities at the beginning of this month. The move is intended to decrease waiting times for freight forwarders picking up import shipments and support the flow of cargo through facilities as LAX faces continued congestion issues.
In this episode of On Air with Air Cargo World, we sit down with John Peery, President & COO, Mercury Air Cargo, to discuss how the handler is working with CargoSprint CEO Joshua Wolf to digitalize Mercury Air Cargo’s ops in an effort to combat congestion at LAX. The implementation efforts come amid the airport’s recent decision to delay construction of its new Century Cargo Complex terminal by two years.
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The On Air with Air Cargo World podcast explores air cargo operations and logistics. The podcast delves into topics such as air cargo integration into the logistics supply chain, new technologies and operational strategies, especially for freight forwarders. On Air with Air Cargo World is brought to you by Air Cargo World, the leading air cargo magazine.