Amerijet partners with SmartKargo

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: Amerijet International Airlines

Amerijet International Airlines will implement SmartKargo’s cloud-based cargo management solution to offer improved efficiency and a streamlined user experience for its customers.

SmartKargo offers a suite of integrated tools and solutions to support essential cargo functions from customer management, pricing and sales, operations, and warehouse management, to loading and unloading and ramp operations.

“SmartKargo will take Amerijet to the next level. Our customers and employees will find it easier to use than any other tool,” said chief executive Tim Strauss. “SmartKargo’s end-to-end platform is accessible from any device, our global network will be delighted with this change.”

The partnership with SmartKargo comes at a time when Amerijet is deploying a series of strategic digital investments that aim to transform, automate and improve the service provided to its customers. 

Amerijet, one of the first dedicated all-cargo airlines in the world to adopt the SmartKargo platform, operates its own dedicated fleet of freighters from its primary hub at the Miami International Airport to destinations throughout the Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, South America and Europe.

In May last year, Amerijet discussed its plans to grow its fleet of freighters.

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