Jordanian opts for Cargospot platform

Royal Jordanian has chosen Cargospot, the cargo-IT platform of CHAMP Cargosystems to replace its existing in-house cargo system. The investment in a new environment is part of the carrier’s initiatives to enhance the air cargo infrastructure since its recent privatisation. The airline will fully implement Cargospot in October this year. RJ operates the cargo terminal […]


Royal Jordanian has chosen Cargospot, the cargo-IT platform of CHAMP Cargosystems to replace its existing in-house cargo system. The investment in a new environment is part of the carrier’s initiatives to enhance the air cargo infrastructure since its recent privatisation. The airline will fully implement Cargospot in October this year.

RJ operates the cargo terminal at Queen Alia International Airport serving almost 30 airline clients. With Cargospot, an end-to-end air cargo system developed in Switzerland and used by more than 80 international companies, airline clients and their logistics partners will be able to fully benefit from all standard industry interfaces to finally do “e-business”, according to Royal Jordanian.

The airline is currently completing the second phase of the upgrade of its Amman cargo terminal, which will include semi-automated racking systems and increased capacity for storage and rapid handling of import cargoes. Further sizeable investments in the storage and processing facilities are planned for the next 24 months.

With Cargospot in place, Royal Jordanian plans to join the Cargo 2000 initiative designed to improve communication with all logistics partners. It is also supporting The International Air Transport Association (IATA) in its move to introduce “Paper-free” cargo to Jordan.