Qatar launches cargo app

Qatar Airways has launched a new QR Cargo app to answer queries on freighter and passenger flight schedules, shipment tracking, charter service requests, office contact details and product descriptions.
It is also linked to Qatar’s CROAMIS system (Cargo Reservations, Operations, Accounting and Management Information System), giving real-time updates for each logistic milestone achieved, explained chief officer cargo, Ulrich Ogiermann.
He predicted that it would provide “more convenience and value to our customers, giving them the freedom to manage and access to their global business anywhere and anytime.”
A ‘recent search history option’ allows users to look for frequently searched shipments, routes or schedules without having to remember 11-digit air waybill (AWB) numbers or other lengthy details. The office directory is integrated with an application giving location maps or phone numbers.
The app is available for both Android and iOS devices through Google Play Store or Apple App Store at http://www.qrcargo.com/apps

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