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Regional Report: Planes & Cranes
Airport expansion has continued in Greater Phoenix even during the coronavirus pandemic. As vaccine distribution ramps up, aviation leaders joined our latest ‘Regional Report’ to discuss ongoing infrastructure projects and expanded flight service, the impact of COVID-19 on operations and optimism for the industry that has suffered over the past year. Panelists included: Andrea Goodpasture, […]View Post »
Behind Greater Phoenix’s trade boom is the Phoenix-Mesa...
An expedited Customs inspection complex in Mesa is coming to fruition and will change how cross-border trade is done by Mark Arend Photo courtesy: Gateway Airport Employment at Arizona’s more than 820 international companies is growing at more than twice the rate of the state’s overall private-sector employment growth. More than 113,600 Arizonans work for […]View Post »
Poised for flight: Greater Phoenix hosts some of the...
by Gary Daughters Greater Phoenix, with a swelling army of engineers, is an increasingly favored location for aerospace and defense companies. Boeing’s facility in Mesa, which produces Apache Attack Helicopters, is one of the region’s largest employers with 3,600 workers. Honeywell Aerospace, maker of aircraft engines and avionics, has its global headquarters in Phoenix. Able […]View Post »
GPEC celebrates milestone achievement: 800 businesses...
When it comes to growth expectations in economic development, seeing physical change may take time to witness as new building are built and the economy grows. In just 30 years, we’ve worked tirelessly with local partners to build the regional economy and improve our competitive position, resulting in the creation of more than 130,000 jobs for Greater Phoenix residents. We are […]View Post »
Resumen de la presentación de SkyBridge Arizona
El desarrollo del primer centro de carga aérea binacional en EEUU podría beneficiar la industria de la cadena de suministro “Estamos buscando nuevos modos del ingreso de carga aérea en nuestro sistema,” comenta Steve Schellenberg, vicepresidente del desarrollo de negocios de IMS Worldwide Inc., sobre el desarrollo de SkyBridge Arizona. “Ahora estamos trabajando en el […]View Post »
Special event recap: SkyBridge Arizona presentation
Read the article in Spanish here. How the development of the nation’s first international air cargo hub could benefit the supply chain industry “We are trying to find new ways to improve how air cargo freight comes into our system,” says Steve Schellenberg, the vice president of business development of IMS Worldwide Inc., about the development of SkyBridge Arizona. “We are building […]View Post »
Aerocircular selects Mesa, Arizona for its north american...February 19, 2019
MESA, AZ (February 19, 2019) — Belgium-based aircraft recycling/up-cycling service Aerocircular announced today it’s expanding its operations in North America with a new facility at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona. The company is expected to create more than 130 jobs over five years in this fully autonomous maintenance, repair and overhaul facility that will […]View Post »