ExFreight Zeta goes live with Traxon Premium Tracking

ExFreight Zeta, a US-based freight forwarding company, has implemented CHAMP Cargosystems’ Traxon Premium Tracking solution, which offers cargo track and trace services for its customers.

Traxon Premium Tracking currently covers more than 90 airlines. It leverages information flows to provide status updates based on air waybill (AWB) numbers requested on the system.

It answers individual milestone requests while also providing full shipment tracking. It can, says Luxembourg-based CHAMP, help companies avoid the need to develop complex tracking algorithms to keep track of their shipments.

The service can be used by shippers and import forwarders. In addition, existing Traxon cargoHUB customers who want to track AWBs outside their normal processes or who would like status information to be sent through a different channel such as a customer portal can benefit from Traxon Premium Tracking.

“We are extremely satisfied with the results,” commented Charles Marrale, chief operating officer at ExFreight Zeta.

“Implementing Traxon Premium Tracking service was extremely fast thanks to the modern technologies offered,” Marrale continued.

“Furthermore, the fact that CHAMP continually evolves the service by enriching the cargoJSON events with value added information such as real-time in-flight coordinates, means we get better visibility of our supply chain through a single process – I think the product has surpassed our needs and is a service we are proud to use to provide our customers with the best visibility possible.”

Laurent Jossa, head of sales – distribution services at CHAMP, added: “No airline, forwarder or shipper has identical needs.

“Therefore, our delivery teams worked tirelessly with ExFreight Zeta to ensure it has what it requires to make a success of implementing a tracking service.”

This latest CHAMP news adds to its announcement earlier this week that Air Algérie had signed up to CHAMP’s Traxon cargoHUB host-to-host automated data exchange system.

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