Global freight traffic is expected to increase 3 percent this year, with e-commerce sales forecast to hit more than $1.2 trillion. Air cargo in the U.S., however, will likely remain flat, frustrating investors in airport industrial properties. Air cargo volume at U.S.’s 12 major airports increased by only 0.3 percent in 2013, and growth projections for 2014 are at zero, according to a new JLL report. The one-day delivery goals of e-commerce aren’t having much effect on airport ... Freemium Content

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