Korea pursues e-freight

KOREA has signed a deal with IATA and Incheon International Airport to adopt e-freight throughout the entire country.

South Korea’s Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime said it “will provide active support for the project” but that the project will be challenging to implement because of “the lack of a hub information system that can be used by many other logistics companies”.

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