Qatar Airways Cargo partners with iNOMAD platform

Guillaume Halleux (left) with Joon-suk Yim. Photo: Qatar Airways Cargo

Qatar Airways Cargo has partnered with South Korea-based air cargo platform iNOMAD to improve visibility of rates and capacity for customers in South Korea.

The airline said its partnership with iNOMAD will enable better connectivity for one of its major customers in South Korea, Woojung Air.

It will also help Qatar Airways Cargo increase its footprint in South Korea as SMEs operating with Woojung Air will be able to compare Qatar Airways Cargo’s offerings on the iNOMAD portal, which provides information such as air cargo booking rates, schedules and tracking. Woojung Air is a prominent consolidator in South Korea, the airline noted.

Qatar Airways chief officer cargo Guillaume Halleux said: “Digital transformation is high on our agenda as part of our VISION 2027 and Next Generation Strategy. The integration and partnership with iNOMAD brings multiple benefits to our customers in South Korea such as enhanced visibility of our capacity and rates, as well as real-time confirmation of their shipments. Customers can benefit from instant access to these features at their fingertips and that is the huge advantage digitalisation brings in.”

iNOMAD chief executive Joon-suk Yim said that the platform’s strength is “to promote the accessibility of air cargo service by optimising extensive logistics data for clients and provide boundless service and information to both IATA/CASS members and non-members in real time.

“We aim to become a search engine for the air logistics field in which clients can check the information they need in real time, regardless of time and place.”

The platform expanded to Hong Kong in 2022 and will launch in Vietnam in 2024.

iNOMAD is also planning to open a 20,000 sq m logistics centre, which it describes as an “air cargo platform terminal”, at Incheon International Airport in September 2023. The facility will be equipped with various smart devices and an x-ray inspection system to provide “safe and advanced” logistics services, iNOMAD confirmed.

Earlier this month, Qatar Airways Cargo partnered with FLYR Labs to utilise the latter’s cloud-native decision intelligence platform.

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