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When it comes to moving Indiana-made products internationally, airport leaders say the knee-jerk reaction of most manufacturers is to send cargo to Chicago O'Hare International Airport—described as a "traditional" air cargo facility by Indianapolis Airport Authority Air Service Director Christofer Matney. While Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is perceived as the "non-traditional" air cargo option, its leaders believe it could be a golden opportunity for Hoosier manufacturers or any company wanting to cut costs, time and inefficiencies from their international transportation supply chain.
While this is an exciting time for southwest Indiana after decades of work to complete the new interstate highway I-69, there is one more bridge we have to cross in order to continue to meet the needs of the Hoosier economy.
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