COLUMBUS—Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) applauded today’s announcement that an agreement has been finalized between Air Transport Services Group (ATSG) and Amazon Fulfillment Services. The deal specifies that ATSG will be added as an air cargo network provider to help serve Amazon customers throughout the United States.

“I am pleased by the news today that a partnership has been formed between Amazon and Wilmington’s Air Transport Services Group regarding the use of their air cargo network to serve Amazon customers,” Speaker Rosenberger said. “Though more details are forthcoming, I am sure this partnership will bring economic opportunities to Wilmington, and the surrounding areas. I look forward to seeing more planes soaring through the Wilmington skies and further showing not only Ohio, but the entire nation, all that our region has to offer.”



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