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Turkish Cargo joins Cargo.one

The Cargo.one digital marketplace has signed a global partnership with Turkish Cargo, bring the number of  bookable airlines on the platform to40, or 50% of global air cargo capacity. Turkish Cargo is now the fifth largest cargo carrier in the world, having ranked only 33rd in 2010. Major investments include the SmartIST cargo terminal at the new Istanbul airport, along with a comprehensive digitalization strategy that has helped increase business volumes ... [+]

Franco-Dutch carrier to offer Cargo.one option

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo has formed a partnership with the Cargo.one digital marketplace. Through its partnership with cargo.one, AFKLMP Cargo intends to continue expanding its digital presence and offer customers an additional booking option alongside its own myCargo online booking portal. The French-Dutch airline offers 295 destinations in 110 countries ... [+]

Cargo.one goes live in Japan

The cargo.one airfreight platform is now available to freight forwarders in Japan. It offers capacity on ANA Cargo, Lufthansa Cargo and Finnair Cargo, with more airlines to be added in the coming weeks. [+]

Lufthansa and cargo.one remove the need to hold AWB stocks

Lufthansa Cargo and cargo.one have launched in initiative that removes the need for freight forwarders to hold valid Air Waybill (AWB) stocks before booking air cargo. Usersof the booking platform can now have an AWB automatically assigned when they book capacity on the carrier. For decades, the progression of an air ... [+]

Hellmann signs digital airfreight deal

Hellmann Worldwide Logistics has signed a cooperation agreement with digital cross-airline booking platform, cargo.one. Founded in 2017, cargo.one enables the forwarder to book air freight capacity fully digitally and is the first platform of its kind to offer an online booking service. [+]

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