Turkish Cargo expands digital offerings worldwide with CargoAi
CargoAi's connection with Turkish Cargo is unusual in that it exposes non-bookable options to its users, in keeping with its concept of providing complete visibility to its users for educated and proactive business decisions.
Turkish Cargo is now live on CargoAi's marketplace solution (CargoMART) for users in four countries. During the pilot phase, CargoMART customers in France, Spain, the Netherlands, and Singapore will be able to book Turkish Cargo's new services TK SMART (general cargo service), TK PREMIUM, and TK URGENT (rapid cargo service) on all Turkish Cargo routes in real time.
CargoAi's connection with Turkish Cargo is unusual in that it exposes non-bookable options to its users, in keeping with its concept of providing complete visibility to its users for educated and proactive business decisions. Whereas other platforms can filter out such options, CargoMART forwarders are immediately informed and can quickly make an offline booking (by call, for example) for such shipments.
"We’re thrilled to be announcing the partnership between Turkish Cargo and CargoAi, as this will significantly increase Turkish Airlines’ cargo revenue opportunities from a 360 perspective. By providing full visibility throughout the airfreight procurement process, we continue our mission to bring the best digital booking experience that CargoMART offers to our joint customers,” says Matt Petot, CEO, CargoAi.
CargoMART users benefit from searching for real-time schedules, bulk quoting, e-booking, the ability to monitor and trace each shipment, and CargoAi's Cargo2ZERO sustainable features, which help the air cargo industry's decarbonization aim.
Following the successful trial launch, Turkish Cargo will expand its CargoAi product globally. The global deployment will provide more than 6,000 freight forwarders in 63 countries that utilize CargoAi's marketplace, CargoMART, complete visibility and booking of all its routes.