MasKargo makes airfreight capacity available on cargo.one

MasKargo has entered into a capacity distribution agreement with digital booking platform cargo.one that will see the two companies integrating their systems to make the carrier’s airfreight capacity more accessible to forwarders.

Freight forwarders using cargo.one will be able to to book MASkargo’s available capacity in real-time, as well as receiving immediate booking confirmations.

Meanwhile, cargo.one will benefit from MasKargo’s network reach in Asia and Australia.

Mark Jason Thomas, chief commercial officer at MasKargo, commented: “At MasKargo, our strategy is to deliver a first-class customer experience by way of a continuous innovative digital solutions cycle. We are delighted to partner with cargo.one to augment our domestic digital offering to a premium global presence by bringing our real-time rates and capacities to this innovative and rapidly growing online booking platform.

“Over the past months, cargo.one has already helped shape our strategy and I believe the team’s expertise and analytics will be crucial in supporting our shift towards a digital-first business model going forward. The platform will increase the airline’s service quality and efficiency, and the ongoing partnership support and access to data will also enhance MasKargo’s ability to manage digital sales channels and drive market relevance”. 

Thomas added: “Not only will we reach a larger booking audience by extending our network visibility to cargo.one’s strong global user base, but we are also keen to benefit from being at the forefront of the platform’s imminent expansion into new markets, particularly within Asia.”

Moritz Claussen, managing director of cargo.one, said: “In line with our Asia expansion strategy, we aim to partner with forward-thinking and customer-centric airlines. We are therefore especially pleased to welcome MasKargo as our latest airline partner, with its strong Asia and Oceania network. 

“We look forward to working with the MasKargo team in serving their customers’ needs in the best way possible and developing the future of digital cargo in Asia together.”

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