NAV AERO signs up to Awery’s technology

Christos Spyrou, Chief Executive Officer, NAP. Photo: NAP

Awery Aviation Software has partnered with cargo GSSA and brokerage network, NAV AERO to become the primary aviation technology platform for its members.

This strategic partnership with NAV, a subdivision of the Neutral Air Partner (NAP) ecosystem, will equip members with Awery’s air cargo software solutions, allowing Awery to further expand its global reach.

NAP’s membership boasts over 350 air cargo specialists, spanning over 150 countries. The company’s subsidiary, NAV, focuses specifically on driving quality and expertise among independent cargo GSSAs, brokers, and air cargo solution providers.

“NAV was created to champion innovation and encourage pick up of digital tools in aviation, a mission that Awery are equally committed to,” said Christos Spyrou, chief executive, NAP.

“Partnering with Awery will provide our GSSA members with a trusted provider for a multitude of processes across air cargo.”

Awery, which this year celebrates its 15-year anniversary, is a web-based platform offering IT solutions for airlines, GSSAs, brokers, and forwarders.

“We are dedicated to demonstrating the value of investing in the technology available to our industry,” said Vitaly Smilianets, Awery founder and chief executive.

“Working in tandem with NAP and its members, we are looking forward to expanding our operations into new markets, building on our presence in over 40 countries.”

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Rebecca Jeffrey

Rebecca Jeffrey
New to aviation journalism, I joined Air Cargo News in late 2021 as deputy editor. I previously worked for Mercator Media’s six maritime sector magazines as a reporter, heading up news for Port Strategy. Prior to this, I was editor for Recruitment International (now TALiNT International). Contact me on: [email protected]