Turkish Cargo has joined the cargo.one marketplace for digital air cargo bookings.
That means the capacities of Turkish national carrier’s cargo division will be added to the cargo.one platform for freight forwarders.
With 40 bookable airlines on board, cargo.one said it had now secured close to 50 per cent of global air cargo capacity for instant booking on its platform.
Within weeks, cargo.one customers worldwide will be able to book capacities across Turkish Cargo’s network of more than 340 destinations, and 100 of direct cargo – including important centres of commerce in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Turkish Cargo said it planned to increase this from 100 to 120 by 2025.
“Turkish Cargo’s partnership with cargo.one will be expanding our digital footprint and improve sales capabilities,” said Turkish Cargo’s senior vice president of cargo business development and organisation Adnan Karaismailoğlu.
“We, as Turkish Cargo, are firmly on a trajectory towards our target to become one of the top three air cargo brands in the world in line with the strategic vision. We believe that cargo.one will support us to drive this growth and further raise the bar for our customers, with enhanced innovation standards for delivering the best new digital alternatives to empower success.”
Moritz Claussen, founder and co-CEO of cargo.one, commented: “We are delighted that with Turkish Cargo, yet another major cargo airline trusts in cargo.one as a core component of its digital strategy. This is great news for every freight forwarder – no other platform offers more airlines for live booking than cargo.one, making it not just the most user-friendly, but also the most useful platform out there.”