e-AWB record in March

E-AWB shipments reached a record high of more than 200,000 in March, reveals IATA.
It was the highest single month growth since the start of the industry initiative.
Emirates continues to lead, followed closely by Cathay Pacific and Korean Air. 
In the forwarders sector Hellmann Worldwide Logistics jumped from 12th to 7th place with an impressive 11.3 per cent growth.
Global e-AWB penetration reached 13.4 per cent in the month.
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