Japanese cargo community system signs up to CHAMP

Cargo Community System Japan (CCSJ) has signed an agreement with CHAMP Cargosystems to provide a new cloud-based air cargo messaging system.
The messaging system includes IT infrastructure, an operational messaging platform and customer invoicing.
CCSJ is the sole Cargo Community System in Japan connecting all participants – airlines, freight forwarders and handling agents – in the national airfreight market.
Arnaud Lambert, chief executive at CHAMP Cargosystems, said: “It is an honor to provide the technology for the next chapter of CCSJ’s air cargo mission in driving digitisation across the Japanese air cargo community.”
Lambert and CCSJ president Kazuo Hirabayashi marked the occasion at an official ceremony at CHAMP’s headquarters in Luxembourg.
CCSJ has had a long term relationship with CHAMP, through its Traxon product line, where both companies have been collaborating by connecting the Japanese market to the international air cargo community. 

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