New cargo charter platform set for Air Cargo Europe launch

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CharterSync has launched a new online platform, which aims to make booking time-critical cargo charter flights quicker and easier for freight-forwarding companies.

The technology accurately matches cargo loads to the most suitable aircraft in real time.

The CharterSync platform was designed and developed by two pilots who identified the need for smart technology to expedite the process of targeting the most suitable aircraft for time-critical cargo.

“We are delighted to be launching a new online option for freight-forwarding companies, which provides a faster, more accurate and cost transparent service for their cargo,” said Edward Gillett, co-founder of CharterSync. “Our aim is to improve efficiency in a traditionally over complicated market, reducing time and waste.”

“The CharterSync team has expertise from across the whole supply chain, from ground handling and operations management, to former brokers and pilots. This gives us a unique perspective and positions us well to respond quickly to the needs of our customers,” added Simon Watson, Co-Founder of CharterSync.

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