TAP Air Cargo is embarking on a new step of rationalisation of freight reservation management processes by connecting with CargoAi, a leading digital booking services platform in the air freight industry. The primary objective of TAP Air Cargo is to offer its clients new, reliable, and customised services. By choosing CargoAi.co to deploy its cargo offer, the company has achieved its objective and is also able to offer a new, ultra-modern digital solution to support its customers’ activities.
“TAP Air Cargo has implemented modern digital solutions to allow its clients to manage the process of transporting their freight in an independent manner. CargoAi quintessentially represents this model, with a highly intuitive and simple use of e-quote and e-booking functionalities. It is a genuine self-service platform for stakeholders in the field of aerial freight”, said TAP Air Cargo’s director of cargo business development & transformation, Bernardo Nunes.
“From its hub in Lisbon, TAP Air Cargo covers all continents with an average of 2,500 flights a week thanks to a modern fleet of 80 cargo transport aircraft. It is exactly this type of transport solution that is sought by freight forwarders and we are very proud to be able to offer it to them via the CargoAi platform”, explained CargoAi CEO Matthieu Petot.
Both companies described the development as “a win-win partnership that perfectly meets the burgeoning needs of the sector for digital solutions that are simple to use, easy to implement, and which provide valuable advantages in terms of responsiveness, reliability and availability.”
In June, SkySelect, an extended purchasing arm for aircraft material powered by smart algorithms and robotic process automation, announced the signing of TAP Air Portugal to a contract to facilitate cost savings and a “streamlined approach” to the airlines’ parts purchasing.
The flagship carrier of Portugal was said to be leveraging the company’s industry knowledge, customer support and automated technology to “transform its maintenance operations”.