Cargo iQ to extend reach in 2021

Swiss-based Cargo iQ says it plans to increase its reach and coverage in 2021, testing new trucking milestones as part of its mission to measure 100% of shipments, it told its recent annual general meeting. The group, which aims to create and implement quality standards for the air cargo industry, is working on new rules to prevent “unreportable” shipments. Cargo iQ will also focus on further engagement with independent forwarders to grow ... [+]

New leaders for Cargo iQ

Emirates SkyCargo senior vice president of cargo operations worldwide, Henrik Ambak has been appointed chair of the board at airfreight quality organisation Cargo iQ while Kuehne + Nagel vice president and head of global air logistics operations Kerstin Strauss takes over his former position as Cargo iQ vice-chair. Other new ... [+]

Emirates joins the smart set

Emirates SkyCargo was formally presented with its Cargo iQ certification at the World Cargo Symposium in Dallas in the US. The carrier became a member of Cargo iQ in 2016 and in less than two years has integrated Cargo iQ shipment cycle management standards as the basis for its live ... [+]

iQ offers on-demand info

IATA’s Cargo iQ airfreight quality programme is offering online self-service access to its data, giving members real-time information on performance. Members can access their data on any given route and produce customised reports, allowing them to compare their own performance against Cargo iQ standards, and that of the Cargo iQ ... [+]

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