CargoAi ramps up sustainability focus

By Damian Brett

Magali Beauregard. Source: CargoAi

CargoAi has appointed an external consultant as part of effort to ramp up its focus on sustainability.

The company said that it was working with the consultant to establish further measures and implement relevant structures, such as KPIs to measure CO2 emissions and the diversity within teams.

CargoAi is “systematically” working its way through TIACA’s sustainability guidelines, and aims to come up with a complete and concrete company strategy by September 2022. It is also considering appointing a sustainability expert to its Cargo Advisory Board.

“We are in the unique position in the market of being able to effectively guide and steer the airfreight procurement towards the most sustainable options. This is possible thanks to our technology, which allows us to aggregate data from all available inputs and create a single source of truth for our customers,” said CargoAi chief commercial officer Magali Beauregard.

The company recently launched a Co2 emissions calculator and said that more solutions are in the pipeline and expected to be revealed towards the last quarter of this year.

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