NCA lists its capacity on WebCargo

By Damian Brett

Freighter operator Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) has signed up to offer its capacity on online air cargo booking portal WebCargo.

WebCargo said that by signing up, more than 2,000 forwarders will able to access NCA capacity with dynamic rates, live capacity and e-bookings.

“At NCA, we pride ourselves on leveraging digital innovation to provide customers with the best service possible,” said Shawn McWhorter, president – NCA Americas. “Through our partnership with WebCargo, we’re delighted to offer logistics providers the ease and transparency of access to e-bookings, making the booking process faster and more straightforward.”

“With the role of cargo-only carriers more important to supply chain resilience than ever before, we are pleased to be partners with Nippon Cargo Airlines, a similarly forward-looking partner that recognises the need for digital tools at this critical juncture” added WebCargo chief executive, Manel Galindo.

Meanwhile, WebCargo said that the number of bookings made through the platform has continued to increase.

The percentage of global air cargo capacity represented by airlines on the platform has increased from from 11.1% to 24.3% over the past year.

Meanwhile, the number of e-bookings made on the platform have increased 20 fold compared with a year ago.

 

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