Pacific Air Cargo launches new cargo tracking system

By Damian Brett

Pacific Air Cargo's Thomas Ingram and Tanja Janfruechte.

Freighter operator Pacific Air Cargo has introduced PACTRAK, a new airfreight tracking and notification service.

The tracking service is integrated into the company’s website and allows customers to know the status of their shipment at any point in its journey.

The system offers shipment update notifications through SMS text messages, emails, or both. Notifications can also be tailored for different milestones during the journey, such as flight departure or arrival.

“We are pleased to offer this innovative and state-of-the-art tracking service to our partners,” said Tanja Janfruechte, chief executive of Pacific Air Cargo. “We believe that PACTRAK will make shipping with Pacific Air Cargo even more convenient, and we look forward to introducing other enhancements and useful tools in the future.”

Pacific Air Cargo serves Los Angeles (LAX), Hawaii (HNL and all of the main Hawaiian Islands), Pago Pago (PPG) and Guam (GUM).

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