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Caribbean Airlines joins WebCargo

Caribbean Airlines joins WebCargo

Building on the momentum from its expanded freighter capacity, Caribbean Airlines Cargo will offer real-time air cargo pricing and booking for over 3,500 forwarders on WebCargo, the world’s leading global freight booking platform.

This rollout will enable instant eBookings across key Caribbean and North American destinations for over 10,000 freight forwarding offices using WebCargo’s platform. To date, Caribbean Airlines Cargo rates have been available via WebCargo and 7LFreight’s air freight rate management and quoting tools.

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Caribbean Airlines Cargo is the latest of over thirty airlines to now offer real-time air cargo pricing and booking on WebCargo’s freight booking platform. With this shift, forwarders can access and book spot rates in seconds, ensuring always accurate pricing and booking based on the airline’s actual capacity.

“Caribbean Airlines is always looking for innovative ways to improve the customer experience and the way we do business. This latest offering through WebCargo’s digital platform, is a step in fulfilling these objectives, applying the dynamic use of technology”, Marklan Moseley, Caribbean Airlines’ general manager, cargo and new business, said.

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“I’m optimistic that the digitisation process and the use of this platform will result in greater efficiency for all stakeholders,” Moseley continued.

The addition of Caribbean Airlines Cargo builds upon WebCargo’s steady digitisation of a global air cargo capacity, which now exceeds 36%.

“Over the last three years, Digital Air Cargo adoption has taken off faster than we could imagine in response to pressures on the air cargo industry,” Camilo Garcia, global Vice President of business development of WebCargo, said. “North America is now our fastest-growing market; we expect this momentum to continue throughout 2022. We’re excited to welcome Caribbean Airlines Cargo to our list of innovative partners available on WebCargo and 7LFreight.”

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Edward Hardy

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