Wiremind Cargo becomes official subsidiary of Wiremind

Nathanael De Tarade. Source: Wiremind

Wiremind’s dedicated air cargo business unit Wiremind Cargo has now become an official subsidiary.

This follows the launch of Wiremind Cargo as a dedicated air cargo business unit of French capacity optimisation software firm Wiremind in November 2021.

“Over the past months, we have structured Wiremind Cargo as a separate business entity, and established a strong team of experts dedicated entirely to the needs of the airfreight industry,” said Nathanaël de Tarade, chief executive of Wiremind Cargo.

“Our engineers all have a background in transport and logistics, and are well-versed in how airlines, GSAs, GHAs and freight forwarders operate.”

Wiremind Cargo is able to offer inventory, reservation, capacity management, pricing and flight optimisation solutions, and aims to develop a unique cargo management platform that supports and facilitates the work of people throughout the airfreight industry, said de Tarade.

Wiremind’s flagship air cargo product, SkyPallet, a ULD and flight optimisation system launched in 2017, is now wholly managed by Wiremind Cargo.

SkyPallet is a combination of three tools that help maximise cargo capacity utilisation by enhancing flight optimisation processes: a 3D volume calculator, a flight planning module, and a weight and balance module.

Airlines and cargo companies such as Emirates SkyCargo, Atlas Air, United Airlines, Qantas Airways, WestJet, ECS Group and Chapman Freeborn work with Wiremind Cargo.

The company is also collaborating with some of its partners to further develop its cargo management platform.

One such partner is ECS Cargo Digital Factory. The two companies joined forces and launched CargoTech earlier this year, with the aim of building a suite of products and providing specialised consultancy services.

Wiremind Cargo’s 2022 strategy is to continue enhancing its existing products, develop tailored air cargo in-house solutions, as well as new air cargo products in collaboration with ECS Cargo Digital Factory under the CargoTech umbrella.

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