CargoAi has introduced two more airline partners over the past week as the company marches forth as a digital enabler for the air freight industry.
Air New Zealand’s cargo unit will start offering its capacity from US and Canada into New Zealand and Australia on the digital marketplace CargoMart, as the airline looks to expand in the North American market.
“Whilst we enjoy a strong presence from the ports where we operate direct flights, the sheer size of the US and Canada market dictates we embrace platforms that expand our commercial reach,” said Brooke Roberts, Sales Manager, North America from Air NZ Cargo.
“CargoAi will provide us with the tools necessary to effectively offer cargo solutions to these customers for their everyday transportation needs into New Zealand and Australia,” added Roberts.
Over in Spain, Air Europa is working with CargoAi to launch its own booking platform. The airline is using CargoAi’s white-label booking portal solution CargoGATE, which offers a “plug and play” integration. The planned roll-out is expected in the mid-year. The platform will enable freight forwarders to search, book, track, and pay for their shipments on Air Europa within minutes on the same interface.
The worldwide launch of Air Europa cargo booking platform will cover all products, except for valuables. Due to specific handling restrictions and limited requests, freight forwarders booking this type of cargo will need to contact the airline directly.