Mobile Air Transport Inc.


Mobile Air Transport Inc. was established in 1971. The company is performing local cartage for the airline and air freight forwarder industry. In a short period of time the business was expanded offering a nightly line haul between the Albany and JFK International Airports.
The company was sold to John J. Ingemie, and merged with his other local cartage company, Minute Air. The combined companies with a young aggressive management team started exploring new horizons. They diversified into new areas and extended their operation to the Canadian border.
The company operates their system with a modern, well-maintained fleet of more than 200 vehicles that provide dependable door to door service to 3,500 communities in upstate New York and New England. This system is operated through 4 of their own offices and 5 Service Partner Agents. Their trailer fleet for the line haul system is company owned and it consists of a mixture of 20Ââ€Ã¢„¢, 48' and 53' late model trailers maintained by their maintenance facility in Latham, NY.
The company has operated a facility at JFK, staffed with drivers, dispatchers, dock handlers and customer service personnel through The Air Group, Inc., owned by Mobile Air Transport. This office coordinated all documents with their own messenger service, and dispatched recoveries and drops at JFK.
The Runway Ave., facilities consist of 3,000 SF of office, 6,000 SF of cross/dock area and 2400 SF of a vehicle maintenance shop. The company is located at 150 Sicker Road is the bonded CFS and Distribution warehouse consisting of 25,000 SF, which abuts the Runway Ave. property. The 25,000 SF areas consist of 1,500 SF of office for operations, 9 dock doors, a ramp and a 1500 SF security cage. The company occupies two facilities, one at 12 Runway Ave., and the other at 150 Sicker Road on seven acres of land located adjacent to the Albany International Airport.
The company has maintains and operate the cargo office and facilities at the Albany International Airport for US Airways, Delta, Northwest, Southwest and United Airlines. They purchased a 30,000 SF warehouse and filed it with U.S. Customs to operate a bonded Container Freight Station, which complements the international business. Mobile Air Transport provides a full service operation as customer needs.