DB Schenker renews with CHAMP for Traxon cargoHUB

L-R: CHAMP's head of sales - distribution services, Laurent Jossa, with Lothar Moehle, DB Schenker's director AVSEC + governance,

Freight forwarder DB Schenker has renewed its agreement with CHAMP Cargosystems for the airfreight IT provider’s Traxon cargoHUB.

CHAMP will continue to use the host-to-host solution for automated electronic data exchange, which enables DB Schenker to communicate with its worldwide supply chain partners  – regardless of message type and protocol used.

The renewal represents a continued relationship of over 25 years.

Germany-headquartered DB Schenker operates approximately 1,200 chartered flights a year on premium airlines, connecting hubs on all continents. 

Traxon cargoHUB is a platform with electronic access to over 100 airlines, 3,000 forwarders, operating from 9,000 branches worldwide. 

“Long-term relationships like that with DB Schenker demonstrates CHAMP’s commitment to its clients,” says Laurent Jossa, head of sales – distribution dervices at CHAMP Cargosystems.”

Niklas Wilmking, EVP global air reight at DB Schenker, said: “Our ongoing use of CHAMP’s Traxon cargoHUB solution demonstrates its effectiveness and ability to adapt to changing times.”

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