Could Calogi have the answer to the e-freight conundrum?

Dubai-based web firm the Calogi team has produced an electronic airway bill aimed at small-to-medium airline and freight forwarders. A paper air waybill comprises two parts: the front shows shipment details and the agent's/shipper's signature. The reverse contains the limitation of liability plus conditions of contract. To move to an e-AWB the shipment details need to be transmitted electronically by the forwarder to the airline, via a Freight Waybill (FWB) message. ... [+]

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