Latin American aviation resurgence drives expansion of freighter activity
A resurgent Latin American airfreight market is driving an increase in freighter activities in the ...
São Paulo, March 17, 2015.- TAM Cargo inaugurated its new cargo terminal — the result of R$38 million in investment. Intended exclusively for domestic cargo, the new terminal is the largest owned by LATAM Group in Brazil, with a total surface area of 15,000 m². Located in the Guarulhos area, on Hélio Smidt Highway, the terminal has been restructured and provides new services that represent a significant improvement, considering that the previous one, also located in the vicinity of the airport, had a total surface area of 9,800 m².
This is the largest and most modern cargo terminal that LATAM Airlines Group owns in Brazil, with a capacity to handle more than 1,000 tons of cargo daily. Eleven-meters high, it is the highest owned by the Group in airports around the world.
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