cargo-partner has renewed its contract with CHAMP for its Traxon cargoHUB community.
The forwarder has benefitted from access to the largest air cargo community, with digital access to thousands of stakeholders throughout the supply chain, enabling doing business with all community players via a single system regardless of message format or protocol.
Rather than waiting for monthly reports to measure internal efficiencies, cargo-partner will now get the most up-to-date insights sourced from data from its Traxon cargoHUB solution.
As of 4 June 2021, forwarders are required to submit Advance Customs Information for all shipments entering Canada.
As a longtime customer, cargo-partner chose CHAMP for its new compliance needs.
The solution adapts quickly to the latest country customs requirements and enables efficient, secure, and accurate information exchange in line with the customs authorities’ requirements – regardless of format, communications protocols and processing rules.
Traxon Quality measures a customer’s full network, for shipment flows and performance.
It will allow cargo-partner to create a transport plan for shipments, track the progress against events and get alerted for actions and improvements.
“With new data insights we will be able to further optimize our business and operations, and ultimately further improve our customers’ experience with us,” says Jo Feiks, Corporate Director Product Management Air Cargo, at cargo-partner.
“We are pleased to renew for Traxon cargoHUB and implementing data insights solutions that will be of boundless benefits to our operations.”
“As a longtime stakeholder in the air cargo industry, cargo-partner understands the benefits of using data to its advantage,” says Nicholas Xenocostas, Vice President Commercial & Customer Engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems.
“The data already collected in Traxon cargoHUB is brought together for simple and straightforward insights that can help make vital business decisions.
“We are pleased to support them in their pursuit of operational excellence.”