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By Jean-Paul Rodrigue.
A bright prospect: Air Cargo in Latin America
Transportation in the mainland of Central America is complex as the region is too small and does not have enough volume for a dense maritime network but too big and lacking in road infrastructure to be adequately served by land for national and i
In Central America, distances are too short and freight volumes are too small to consolidate a dense short-distance sea transport network. In addition, there is no transnational rail network.
Latin American and Caribbean ports have seen a remarkable growth of the containerized traffic handled with the development and expansion of port infrastructure.
The main theme of the seminar was the importance of data on transport and logistics. Without it, public sector planning takes place based on uncertainty, while the private sector makes blind operating and investment decisions.