What isn't measured doesn't change.
April marked another month of service expansions on the WebCargo platform, as Air Canada Cargo added Austria, Denmark, Greece, and Portugal services; Qatar Cargo enabled eBookings without entering an AWB number; Turkish Cargo launched its complete trucking network in France; Sinotech’s capacity became available in Germany, and TAP Cargo extended eBookings on WebCargo to perishable shipments.
May’s report features Q+A with Charles Marrale, CEO, ExFreight, discussing how the WebCargo pricing API enables ExFreight to provide real-time pricing from multiple airlines to their shipper customers, and the operational efficiencies and improvements to customer experience ExFreight is realizing through this new connectivity.
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