Air Canada Cargo boosts freight fleet while launching e-commerce service
Air Canada (AC) is jumping into the e-commerce market with a dedicated domestic service – ...
Cambridge, MA– SmartKargo today announced that it has been selected by Alaska Airlines to provide its state-of-the-art booking engine for Alaska’s expanding cargo business throughout North America. SmartKargo will provide the leading-edge technology to drive growth and business innovation for the carrier.
The cloud-based SmartKargo solution will feature ease-of-use for cargo customers through a smart booking process that provides a robust backend system to allow users to input the booking requirements on a single screen. The engine comes pre-loaded with key information, such as IATA regulatory and commodity codes. The technology also enables the e-AWB which is central to IATA’s paperless initiative.
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