Miami’s Interport Logistics expects a near 5,000% rise in its e-commerce volumes by the end of this year, following an exclusive agreement with the Brazilian government.
And this could rise further if other Latin American countries agree similar deals.
The huge growth stems from Brazil’s decision to designate Miami-Dade as the only US airport able to pre-clear e-commerce bound for Brazil.
After working on the project for five years with Miami, a year ago Brazil changed …
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