Air Canada Cargo joins CargoAi’s eBooking & eQuote platform

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Source: CargoAI/ Air Canada Cargo

Air Canada Cargo has selected CargoAi’s eBooking & eQuote platform to accelerate e-booking adoption with freight forwarders.

The Air Canada Cargo product will effectively be launched on www.CargoAi.co and available to registered freight forwarders starting mid of April, in a progressive regional rollout. For CargoAi users, this rollout plan means extra capacity from North America, followed by all regions worldwide to be added by the end of the year.

Freight forwarders using the CargoAi solution on the marketplace or via the API Suite integrations can make and manage instant bookings for their shipments, plus leverage the built-in eQuote tool to send quote requests on any product, commodity, BUP or shipment size.

Matt Petot, chief executive officer of CargoAi, said: “We’re thrilled to be announcing the partnership between Air Canada Cargo and CargoAi. Both organisations share very ambitious growth plans in the post pandemic months and years to come, as well as a relentless focus on the customer experience. As such we are looking forward to leveraging this alignment in vision and strategy and bring the best digital booking experience to our joint customers.”

Matthieu Casey, managing director, commercial – cargo at Air Canada, said: “We continue to invest in our digital transformation, which is a key pillar of Air Canada Cargo’s strategy as it continues to adapt to the changing landscape in airfreight. We’re looking forward to further leveraging our API capabilities and the opportunity to reach out to additional users via the CargoAi marketplace. We’re continuing to grow our distribution reach and we’re confident that the features available on CargoAi will be well suited to the large range of our product portfolio.”

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