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Greenville-Spartanburg Airport in South Carolina is thriving, in cargo terms. Tonnage has doubled in two years, since forwarder Senator International began a service which now operates a 747 to Germany four or five times a week. Some 80-90% of the volumes are accounted for by BMW. Now Senator’s 20,000sq ft warehouse is at capacity, the airport is building a $13m warehouse five times as big as Senator’s to open next spring and it is also spending some $17m on a concrete pad to enable to airport to handle more freighters. It’s not just for BMW – Siemens uses the airport, and it is expected to handle many of the 550 horses competing in the World Equestrian Games in the autumn, according to NewsObserver.com.

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