Cargo.one launches in N. America with capacity available from 18 carriers

By Rachelle Harry

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Digital airfreight booking platform cargo.one has gone live in North America, enabling freight forwarders based in the US and Canada to view and instantly book airfreight capacity in real-time.

The platform, which is free for freight forwarders to sign up to and use, offers cargo capacity in North America from 18 carriers including: Air Canada Cargo, ANA Cargo, Etihad Cargo, Finnair Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo and TAP Cargo.

Oliver T Neumann, co-founder and managing director of cargo.one, commented: “Together, with our broad network of partner airlines, we are now offering booking capabilities from North America.

“From today, freight forwarders can book air cargo shipments from the US and Canada to 248 destinations globally on cargo.one. Sign up now and simply give it a try — we, the cargo.one team, vouch for a best-in-class booking experience.”

Tarik Muric, regional manager at forwarder Nosta Logistics US, added: “As one of the first US-based forwarders to try out the cargo.one booking platform, I am blown away by how quick and easy it is. I registered in just a couple of minutes and the booking process literally takes seconds.”

Peter Weber, managing director at US-based forwarder A.O.T, said: “cargo.one covers a huge network, so my staff has access to a great selection of routings on trusted airlines.

“Updating or even cancelling my booking is a matter of just a couple of clicks, and the cargo.one customer support team is always on hand, if I need help at all.”

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