Cathay Pacific leads the e-freight drive

CATHAY Pacific, Emirates SkyCargo and Korean Air Cargo are the top three airlines when it comes to efreight advancement.
In a top-10 listing published in next week’s Air Cargo News, the carriers leading the way provide a snapshot insight into which of the major players have been investing time and money into electronic air cargo transactions, including eAWBs.
In the same Air Cargo News Global Spotlight feature, the top 10 major forwarders are headed by DHL Global Forwarding, Expeditors and DB Schenker, according to IATA statistics.
For the full top-10 listings, Air Cargo News 4 November 2013 – Issue 764
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