Cebu Pacific Air Renews Contract for Innovative SmartKargo Air Cargo Technology

posted on 2nd December 2022 by Gemma Keen
Cebu Pacific Air Renews Contract for Innovative SmartKargo Air Cargo Technology

The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), has today announced its contract renewal extending a long-standing partnership with SmartKargo and its innovative air cargo technology platform.

The Philippines’ leading airline, Cebu Pacific Air (CEB), announced today its renewal with SmartKargo, extending the long-standing partnership with the innovative air cargo technology platform. CEB has successfully partnered with SmartKargo since 2013 to empower customers with real-time shipment information and advanced tools that include business intelligence, real-time information, and machine learning.

The innovative solution interfaces seamlessly with Cebu Pacific’s systems as well as third-party providers via API’s–for fast integration and deployment. The enhanced capabilities of SmartKargo include paperless Airway Bills (e-AWBs); ease of booking; simplified pricing and rate-making capabilities; real-time capacity management; user-configurable business Intelligence; reporting; integrated cargo revenue accounting, and cargo airport operations.

Mr. Xander Lao, Chief Commercial Officer at Cebu Pacific said: “The SmartKargo Cloud solution has equipped us with the advanced digital tools that allowed us to transform our air cargo business. As a result, we have been able to digitize and support highly efficient air cargo operations and provide an excellent experience for our customers. We are very pleased to continue this partnership, and look forward to sustained growth.”

Mr. Olivier Houri, CRO of SmartKargo said: “We are very grateful for the strong relationship that we have enjoyed with CEBU Pacific Air and their outstanding team of air cargo professionals. We look forward to supporting their growth in cargo revenues and providing a state-of-the-art experience for their customers.”

 

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