e-cargo Enabling Services John DeBenedette, Managing Director, Worldwide Information Network; David Yokeum, President/CEO, WCA; Felix Keck, Vice President Corporate Relations, CHAMP Cargosystems; Aike Hoefft, Head of Forwarder & Global Distribution Services, CHAMP Cargosystems

e-cargo Enabling Services

CHAMP Cargosystems and Worldwide Information Network (WIN) announced the integration of WIN 3.0 with CHAMP’s Traxon cargoHUB platform. This allows independent freight forwarders to connect electronically and directly to over 100 airlines and to access a wide range of e-cargo enabling services. Small-and-medium-sized forwarders can become e-freight-enabled, support the e-AWB initiative and further automate processes. It allows the seamless transmission of standardized messages such as MAWBs, HAWBs, status information, availability and booking requests. Pictured here from left to right are the principals: John DeBenedette, Managing Director, Worldwide Information Network;  David Yokeum, President/CEO, WCA; Felix Keck, Vice President Corporate Relations, CHAMP Cargosystems; Aike Hoefft, Head of Forwarder & Global Distribution Services, CHAMP Cargosystems

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