June 2020 Luncheon – featuring Chuck Menini and Michael Webber

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  • June IACAC Luncheon
    June 9, 2020
    11:15 am - 2:00 pm

TOPIC: Airport Congestion & Technology



Meet our speaker, Chuck Menini, Trucker, Forwarder, Director of Information Services at Cargosprint:

Chuck Menini has 43 years experience in the Air Freight industry. He started from the bottom and worked his way up on the ramp, loading cargo onto cargo aircraft. From there he obtained a CDL license and drove over the road moving cargo from airport to airport carrier, carrying airfreight for the airlines and freight forwarders, throughout the Midwest area and Canada.

He eventually moved out of the driver’s seat to dispatching and operations for three major trucking carriers in the air freight industries. After that, Chuck worked for a trucking company and started up a logistics operations road feeder service for the airlines moving bonded cargo from one airport to others throughout the 48 states and managing all the freight status updates between airlines and carriers.

Chuck has several years experience in terminal managing and regional managing of air freight carriers. Chuck has now moved into a position for a software company as the Director of Information Services.

Meet our speaker, Michael Webber, Associate Vice President, Landrum and Brown:

Michael (Mike) has spent more than 25 years in airport and air cargo marketing, as well as three years in international banking and trade development. He has led marketing departments of two airport operators (the Kansas City, MO Aviation Department and the Jackson (MS) Municipal Airport Authority), and consulted for numerous airport operators and federal civil aviation authorities, as well as the occasional airline, forwarder and handler.

He has provided cargo consulting to several of the world’s largest airports, including those in Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and New York (JFK). International work has included assignments in Thailand and the People’s Republic of China in Asia, Kenya and Cape Verde in Africa, Jordan and Abu Dhabi in the Middle East, as well as Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama in Latin America.

While primarily serving airport operators and civil aviation authorities, these efforts have produced a network of air carrier, freight forwarder and allied industry contacts. His air cargo consulting work has included numerous market development analyses, forecasts and strategic plans, often with multimodal (trucking, rail and ocean) elements.

He was a co-author of the Transportation Research Board’s 2014 Air Cargo Facilities Planning Guide and has co-authored multiple reports for the World Bank. He has also worked as an on-call cargo consultant for IATA and helped organize the first four IATA World Cargo Symposiums. He is a frequent guest columnist for multiple air cargo trade publications.

Mike is based in Austin, TX but a native of Kansas City.






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