Lufthansa Cargo set to continue using CHAMP solutions

By Rachelle Harry

Lufthansa Cargo extended its partnership with CHAMP, through which it will be able to continue accessing CHAMP’s Traxon cargoHUB and Traxon CDMP solutions.

Lufthansa Cargo will be able to “gain synergies and cargo insights” through its continued use of CHAMP’s Traxon CDMP, a tool that measures “over 40% of the worldwide Cargo iQ airline shipments”. 

Additionally, CHAMP and Lufthansa said they are exploring how reporting can be enhanced in Traxon CDMP, as well as in CHAMP’s message improvement programme reporter.

The carrier will also benefit from being a part of CHAMP’s air cargo digital interchange community – the Traxon CargoHUB.

“Traxon CargoHUB efficiently links the entire global airfreight community, irrespective of their IT configuration or systems resulting in higher productivity and lower costs,” CHAMP explained. “It improves supply chain quality and completeness; bookings, operations, document handling and customs processes can be executed and confirmed in seconds; it can be aligned with and updated to latest industry standards; it enables standard and custom message processing and conversions.”

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