Cargo Force, Inc. is headquartered in Coral Gables, Florida. Anthony “Tony” Romeo, Chairman of Cargo Force, started a ground handling operation in 1981 when he formed Miami Aircraft Support (MAS). Mr. Romeo formed Cargo Force in 2002.

Cargo Force acquired the business operations of Advance Cargo Services with its Miami presence and immediately opened operations at Tucson and Ft Lauderdale airports for UPS and Menlo Logistics. Further expansion came in 2005 with the opening of a station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to handle operations for Caribbean Transportation Services, a FedEx company and Menlo Logistics. In November 2006, Cargo Force opened Jacksonville (JAX) for the USPS Terminal Handling Service operations. Further expansion of its USPS activities came in November 2007 with the opening of Newark (EWR). In April 2008, competitive bids were awarded for additional THS stations in Miami (MIA), Oakland (OAK) and San Juan (SJU). In May 2010, Cargo Force was awarded three more THS contracts in Lubbock (LBB), Pittsburgh (PIT), El Paso (ELP), and Omaha (OMA).

Cargo Force has expanded its Miami ground handling operations with the addition of Tampa Airlines, Centurion Cargo, Cathway Pacific, Atlas Air, and Amerijet and most recently China Airlines as major customers. Cargo Force currently employs approximately 829 full and part-time employees in its eight stations and has annual revenues of approximately $62 million.