CALMSP wrote:ONT is also run by LGSTX, who then outsources all activities to Majestic.
I didn't say that very well. My understanding is that AGS (Airborne Global Services) has the contract with Amazon, and LGSTX is tasked through that contract with arranging ground handling at all stations. DHL provides ground handling at CVG, and I don't know for certain whether that's a direct contract between DHL and Amazon or whether it still goes through LGSTX. I think it's the former. The rest of the stations, I believe, are staffed with handling companies under contract to LGSTX. That works pretty-well, as it lets LGSTX take a new course if things aren't working well. At ABE, for example, the Airport Board initially had the responsibility of providing warehouse space and ground handlers, in return for $$$. As the ABE operation got bigger, the handling operation wasn't working well, so LGSTX replaced the Board with Pinnacle, on the theory that even if Pinnacle hired some of the existing handlers, they had the management depth and operational expertise to do it better, which apparently they have done.
LGSTX's biggest task initially was running the cross-dock operation at ILN. When Amazon moved to the DHL ramp at CVG, LGSTX lost that business and had to lay off the handlers they had hired, which was too bad. Of course, with ILN maybe getting some limited renewed action in 2019, they may have some opportunities out there again.
Majestic seems like a nifty little company where people like to work.