cargo.one partners with Eastern Air Logistics to bring more China capacity to market

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Eastern Air Logistics and cargo.one have partnered to bring freight forwarders capacity from both China Eastern Airlines and its subsidiary China Cargo Airlines.

Through cargo.one’s booking platform, the air logistics group will provide freight forwarders with capacity on China Cargo Airlines’ dedicated Boeing 777 and 747 freighter fleet, as well as belly capacity in nearly 800 China Eastern Airlines passenger aircraft.

China Eastern offers access to 184 countries and regions, and has air cargo depot facilities at major Chinese hub airports such as Shanghai, Beijing, Kunming, Xi’an and Wuhan.

Freight forwarders will have access to important trade lanes between China and hubs including within Europe – Frankfurt, London, Budapest, Amsterdam, in North America – New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and in Asia Pacific – Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Ho Chi Minh.

Jonathan Xu, general manager of logistics solutions business at Eastern Air Logistics, commented: “Our close collaboration with the cargo.one team over the past months stands out and forcefully boosts our trajectory to become the most innovative integrated logistics service provider.

“A clear benefit of partnering with cargo.one is the strength of its insights, proactive partnership support and the valuable best practices for digital that we are gaining for our first steps into digital distribution.” 

“It is vital that every freight forwarder globally has rapid and seamless access to the best capacity options for China. cargo.one and Eastern Air Logistics compliment each other perfectly in offering end to end agility and a great experience that forwarders can depend upon,” said Moritz Claussen, founder and co-chief executive of cargo.one.

“It is a real pleasure to work alongside Eastern Air Logistics as they leverage our substantial market force, and benefit from the only next generation multilateral marketplace, and one loved by forwarders”.

Over the past year, cargo.one has rapidly expanded its participation in the Asia Pacific market. The digital platform partners with carriers in countries including China, Japan and Singapore.

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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]