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Kargo Xpress implements CHAMP’s Cargospot Airline solution

M Jets International (DBA Kargo Xpress), has become the first Malaysian carrier to implement CHAMP’s advanced Cargospot application. The airline, delivering innovative middle-mile logistics solutions through a growing fleet of freighter aircraft, will use Cargospot to manage its business-critical cargo processes.

The CHAMP solution selected by Kargo Xpress is part of the Cargospot suite that also fulfills the business needs of over 126+ airlines and cargo terminal operators in 75+ countries around the globe.

For Kargo Xpress, Cargospot enables the airline to efficiently manage its cargo capacity and inventory across an expanding network, whilst simultaneously providing full control and visibility of flight profitability from the time of shipment booking. The airline also derives significant cash-flow benefits through the integrated and fully automated Cargospot sales invoicing features.

Kargo Xpress has also implemented the acclaimed Cargospot Portal to empower its customers through real-time flight availability and price requests, booking requests, e-AWB submission and more. This advanced web-based tool provides registered cargo agents with total control of their shipments, whilst creating sales and operational efficiencies for the airline.

“We are thrilled to have Cargospot to support our growing business,” says Gunasekar Mariappan, Managing Director at Kargo Xpress. “Kargo Xpress is benefiting from the streamlined booking process and the early and accurate customer billing that Cargospot delivers. The high level of automation available to us means there is minimal manual intervention in our processes, allowing our teams to focus our attention on the needs of our valued customers.”

“We are delighted to welcome Kargo Xpress into our growing network of Asia Pacific customers,” says Nicholas Xenocostas, Vice President Commercial and Customer Engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems. “CHAMP is continuously extending its air cargo eco-system through the introduction of interoperable technologies such as APIs, IoT-based applications and AI, so we look forward to partnering with Kargo Xpress as they further their own digital enablement ambitions.”

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