Freight That Can’t Wait Is Big Business At Miami International

Standing in one of Arrow Cargo’s huge warehouses at Miami International Airport,
Rodrigo Canola, the freight airline’s export manager, pointed to stacks of
electronic equipment from China and Korea, each separated according to their
destinations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Next door, Arrow’s refrigerated warehouse held imported products for U.S.
markets — flowers from Colombia and Ecuador, lettuce and tilapia from Costa
Rica and parrot fish from Mexico.

“We import and export all sorts of merchandise — horses, equipment, vehicles.
We even handled a helicopter once,” said Canola.

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