Cargo Tracker - November 2017
In this issue
ONE Record: Enabling digital cargo
ONE Record is a proposed standard for sharing shipment data in a single virtual record. This standard is about connectivity (how we connect with systems through an API) and data structures (the data that we exchange). Such a standard will facilitate the emergence of digital cargo where logistics and transport providers can easily interact over an internet of logistics. Find out more...
Breaking barriers: Fostering trade
On 2 November 2017, the Air Cargo Asia day took place in Singapore. The event focused on air cargo as a trade facilitator, providing critical connectivity for the global economy, while also identifying the need for supply chain stakeholders to adapt to the ever-changing demands of the industry. Find out more...
FACE-UP! Air cargo career competition
We are seeking young and energetic university graduates with a thesis topic focused on air cargo or logistics/supply chain to take part in the air cargo career competition. Win a return trip to Dallas, Texas!
Find out more...
Happy 1st birthday eAWBLink
Marking a year since launch in November 2016, eAWBLink is now the trusted tool used by more than 100 forwarders in 25 countries worldwide. Connected with more than 120 airlines worldwide, it enables small and medium forwarders to become e-AWB capable. It is a simple, easy to use and affordable tool which forwarders can use to send AWB, HAWB, e-CSD data electronically to their airline partners, and receive (FSU) status updates and alerts electronically. More on eAWBLink including an introduction video, customer testimonials, free web demo sessions and more.
eAWB360 is an industry initiative aimed at encouraging airlines, freight forwarders, and ground handlers to adopt e-AWB as well as building stakeholder readiness at selected airports.
In December the following airports will be live:
Find out more about eAWB360
- Incheon - ICN (1 December 2017)
e-AWB global penetration:
Find out the latest e-AWB global penetration in the full monthly (pdf) report for October 2017.
For insight on the e-AWB performance at airport level, check out the Top 100 Airports monthly report (pdf)