Portal cargo.one launches in Japan to boost air cargo digitalisation

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Source: cargo.one

Online booking portal cargo.one is launching in Japan allowing forwarders in the country to search, compare, book and track air cargo capacity on the platform.

The booking platform offers Japanese users capacity from ANA Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo and Finnair Cargo, with more airlines to be added in the coming weeks.

Forwarders can typically cut the amount of time needed for planning and booking air cargo shipments by 50% using the platform, said cargo.one. Users gain real-time visibility of relevant airlines, routes and rates, plus instantly bookable offers and confirmation.

The launch follows cargo.one’s decision to sign exclusive partnerships with ANA Cargo, Singapore Airlines Cargo and MASKargo, as well as Nippon Cargo Airlines.

To strengthen its collaborations with Japanese freight forwarders, cargo.one recently opened a Tokyo office and appointed Yoichi Mizuno as country manager, Japan. He holds over 20 years of B2B experience in the region and offers valuable experience of digitalising a range of business processes.  

Moritz Claussen, founder and co-chief executive of cargo.one, said: “Together with many of the most important air cargo airlines, we now offer every Japanese freight forwarder the chance to modernise operations with easy and efficient bookings online. Japanese customers can expect cargo.one to help them rapidly raise performance, strengthen competitiveness and enhance their digital customer experiences.”

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