Finger on the pulse of the world economy
In turn, the global nature of air cargo supply chain offers a front row seat to witness macroeconomic trends and trade lanes as they evolve – stemming from microeconomies’ changing export markets to international trade wars.
“I fell in love with the economic benefits side of cargo. I love a good puzzle,” said Ken Galka, air cargo operations manager at the Port of Seattle. “I also like the controlled chaos of the supply chain, and I enjoy my place within it. I like working on the air cargo side of things because of the economic story it provides, as well as the challenge.”