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Cargo 2000: the IATA partnership continues to grow

Cargo 2000 is becoming a central pillar in IATA’s multi-faceted drive to improve the air cargo industry and simplify the business. The success of the recent alignment between Cargo 2000 and IATA’s e-freight initiative has prompted us to pursue other projects aimed at improving business processes in air cargo.

The close partnership between IATA and Cargo 2000 is also leading to ties in other areas. Cargo Network Services (CNS), the US-based cargo subsidiary of IATA, is actively exploring joint activities with the industry group. Initially, the focus is on supporting Cargo 2000 back office functions, but a number of joint projects are in development that will help CNS participants take up the quality challenge.

QCargo Network

QCargo Network is a new Cargo 2000 initiative to facilitate business connectivity for small and medium freight forwarders in a controlled quality environment. QCargo will package web-based access to Cargo 2000 functionality with EDI messaging capability and Quality management to provide a simple and cost-effective solution for small and medium enterprises. Pilot testing will start in July, with an initial launch slated for the 4th quarter. Look out for more details in future Cargo Trackers or at www.cargo2000.com.

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