Singapore Airlines Cargo partners with cargo.one

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Singapore Airlines Cargo and cargo.one have announced a global partnership to bring the airline’s cargo services to the real-time digital booking platform and drive sales.

The partnership enables Singapore Airlines Cargo to gains access to cargo.one’s large global user base of freight forwarders.

Freight forwarders using cargo.one can search, book, amend and track Singapore Airlines Cargo bookings in real time, and collaborate with colleagues on bookings – all in one place.

The airline can now leverage the real time data feeds, market insights and benchmarks from cargo.one360 – cargo.one’s data and analytics solution. The facility helps airlines to understand customer choice data and improve revenue management and pricing.

In the first phase, from July freight forwarders will have access to Singapore Airlines Cargo’s capacity using the cargo.one marketplace. The partnership provides cargo.one users with additional access to sought-after Asian destinations such as Singapore, Bangkok, Shanghai, and Manila.

Chin Yau Seng, senior vice president cargo, Singapore Airlines, commented: “At Singapore Airlines, we are committed to the continued digitalisation of all areas of our business. Through our partnership with cargo.one, we have the ability to offer our customers an enhanced online booking experience with greater speed, flexibility, and convenience. This is one of many steps that we are taking to provide a more seamless experience for our cargo customers.”

Moritz Claussen, co-founder and managing director of cargo.one, said: “We are proud to partner with Singapore Airlines Cargo globally and bring its excellent cargo services to cargo.one users. Both companies share a strong motivation to continually raise standards and efficiencies in all aspects of cargo booking. Among many aspects, Singapore Airlines Cargo brings to the table invaluable Asia market insights.”

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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]