CargoAi teams up with logistics platform Magaya

By Damian Brett

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Logistics management platform Magaya’s users will have access to booking portal CargoAi as part of a new partnership between the two firms.

The two platforms will connect using APIs, allowing Magaya customers to retrieve and compare airfreight schedules, availability, pricing, information on aircraft types and a CO2 calculator.

“We are excited to now offer the ability for our Rate Management customers to discover the best air shipment schedules and rates in a matter of seconds with our CargoAi partnership,” said Mark Buman, chief revenue officer at Magaya.

Matt Petot, founder and chief executive of CargoAi, added: “Our integration with Magaya Rate Management will allow freight forwarders to benefit from operational efficiencies while our airline partners gain access a greater network of buyers.”

CargoAi recently agreed a strategic partnership Chain.io, a cloud-based integration platform linking players across the global supply chain.

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