Small and large forwarders will be motivated to convert to electronic air waybills (eAWBs) for different reasons.
Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
CgoXchange will be present at this year's Cargo Network Services Partnership Conference in Phoenix, AZ May 5-7, 2013 to discuss how small forwarders will adopt electronic air cargo communication and documentation. e-Freight's value proposition has yet to motivate many. The promised returns on investment are not predicted for several years and many small forwarders have no e-freight conversion plans in place.
Small and large forwarders will be motivated to convert to electronic air waybills (eAWBs) for different reasons. No two air freight forwarders are the same. CgoXchange will be discussing how to accelerate the process for small forwarders.
While participating in an e-freight panel discussion at last year's Partnership Conference held in Miami, Brandon Fried, Director of the Air Forwarders Association asked delegates, "What's in it for us?" CgoXchange has answers and will be discussing them with delegates at this year's conference.
CgoXchange is a catalyst for small forwarders to adopt e-freight. It is one tool in a portfolio of tools needed to achieve 100% e-AWB ussage by the end of 2015. It is one element in the drive to transform the air cargo industry from telephones and paper to electronic communication and documents. We look forward to meeting other delegates at this year's conference.
CgoXchange is a division of digital marketing agency Sirius Business Solutions, Inc. Sirius Business was founded in 2003 by Craig Ruess, formerly of Cathay Pacific Cargo, Northwest Airlines and eCargoService.