Wiremind Cargo launches cargo managment system

Nathanael De Tarade. Source: Wiremind

Wiremind Cargo has launched a cargo management system (CMS) that integrates a range of services onto a single platform.

The new software as a service CMS, CargoStack, brings together schedules, live capacity, bookings, customer management, flight optimisation and flight loading.

The data points within CargoStack can be linked through APIs to the airline’s own IT systems, or those of forwarding customers, cargo handlers and cargo sales agents.

Wiremind Cargo chief executive Nathanaël de Tarade said: “When it comes to setting up CargoStack, the airline simply tells us who CargoStack should be plugged with, and we make it happen.

“Our technology offers data and insights that enable improved decision making and far more efficient workflows. Seamless integration and ultimate user experience is our aim,”

CargoStack includes Wiremind’s cargo capacity optimisation tool, SkyPallet, and a revenue management feature, including dynamic pricing and overbooking forecasts.

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Damian Brett

Damian Brett
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