What isn't measured doesn't change.

In January, new developments at WebCargo included: airBaltic launching eBookings from Sweden, Norse Atlantic Airways expanding its offerings from the United Kingdom, Nippon Airlines Cargo opening eBookings from Switzerland to Japan, Qatar Airways Cargo launching QR Fresh for perishables, Silk Way West Airlines launching eBookings from Belgium, Turkish Airlines opening from Milan to Johannesburg, and Carousel Logistics launching from the Netherlands. 

This month’s report features Q+A with Zvi Schreiber, CEO Freightos Group, discussing Freightos’ one million annual bookings milestone reached in 2023, what it took to get there, what it means for the freight industry as a whole, and what it will take for the industry to get to ten million.

Read the full report that includes air cargo industry digitization updates such as:

  • Percentage of air cargo capacity available for eBooking
  • Airline eBooking efficiency
  • WebCargo progress
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eBooking Report - February 2024