Consultant Insight: What the US infrastructure plan means to the air cargo market

UPS Worldport in Kentucky. Photo courtesy of UPS.

After much anticipation, U.S. President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan was made public this week. At $2 trillion in spending, it’s an ambitious plan that not only includes upgrading the U.S.’ transportation network but also its electrical grid, clean drinking water, affordable housing, upgrading hospitals, schools and childcare facilities, revitalizing U.S. manufacturing and secure U.S. supply […]

 

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