What isn't measured doesn't change.
New developments at WebCargo in September include: pharmaceutical shipments enabled by Qatar Airways Cargo; Turkmenistan Airlines, in association with InXpress Hackney, opened U.K. exports, CargoJet, in association with Skyline Air Services, launched in Germany, Etihad opened eBookings from Denmark (CPH), and Avianca Cargo opened its eBooking capabilities from Canada (YYZ) and the United States (LAX).
October’s report features Q+A with Jenno Leenstra, GM Airfreight at Yusen Logistics discussing the hybrid static – digital/dynamic rate environment in which forwarders now operate, the advantages of each rate type, and how rate management systems like WebCargo’s enable visibility and instant access to all rate types, enabling forwarders easily to choose the best solution for their customers.
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