AirCargoBID.com Offers New Marketplace Benefiting Buyers and Sellers

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Shipping air cargo is now easier and more cost effective thanks to a new online marketplace designed to reduce air cargo prices while increasing business for carriers. AirCargoBID.com announces the first online site of its kind, a reverse auction marketplace for air cargo.

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AirCargoBID.com is the first online site to help both the shipper and the carrier to find what they need to lower costs and increase profitability.

Shipping air cargo is now easier and more cost effective thanks to a new online marketplace designed to reduce air cargo prices while increasing business for carriers. AirCargoBID.com announces the first online site of its kind, offering a reverse auction marketplace for air cargo.

Shippers post cargo on the website and multiple carriers bid on the job, helping shippers to receive the lowest price possible. With the unique open pricing aspect of the marketplace site, AirCargoBID.com is able to keep the bids competitive.

AirCargoBID.com gives carriers a source for new customers as well as increased market visibility. Carriers can also sell capacity for routes that may have gone unsold, helping them to increase revenues.

Although a new business, AirCargoBID.com's executive team possesses years of experience in logistics, shipping and in online business. The user-friendly website includes forums for shippers and carriers as well as tutorials on how to use the marketplace effectively.

AirCargoBid.com's benefits to shippers include saving money on shipping, having instant access to thousands of carriers worldwide, and having the ability to choose the best shpping option for individual needs. For carriers, the site allows them to gain market share, improve profitability, increase market visibility and target bids to the most profitable lane segments.

Shippers access the site and post requests for proposals at no cost and carriers may utilize the marketplace for free. Final value fees are only paid when and if a the shipper awards a shipment to a carrier.

"With the rising costs of fuel, there is a real need for shippers to reduce logistics costs and carriers to use excess capacity," said Mark Woeppel, AirCargoBID.com founder. "AirCargoBID.com is the first online site to help both the shipper and the carrier to find what they need to lower costs and increase profitability."

For more information about this new online marketplace, visit [AirCargoBID.com. Reach them by phone at 972-899-1734

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