Calogi forecasts annual doubling of its business

Calogi, the largest air-freight portal solution in the Middle East, is celebrating two years of providing IT solutions to the air cargo supply chain community and is forecasting the overall number of users, transactions and customers using its services to double year-on-year. During its two years in business Calogi said it has experienced phenomenal growth […]


Calogi, the largest air-freight portal solution in the Middle East, is celebrating two years of providing IT solutions to the air cargo supply chain community and is forecasting the overall number of users, transactions and customers using its services to double year-on-year. During its two years in business Calogi said it has experienced phenomenal growth – the companies subscribing to the portal currently number more than 400, forming a user base in excess of 1,195 who have together conducted more than two million successful transactions to date. “The key to Calogi’s success is its immediate benefit to the air cargo industry; we provide solutions that are not only innovative and lead to significant cost savings for our customers, but also provide a ‘greener’ way of working,” said Patrick Murray, head of Calogi. “By enabling the air cargo supply chain to do business electronically, Calogi has united the local community, enabling each partner to exchange digital information to form the basis of a cost effective e-freight compliant solution.” To date, Calogi is processing over 70 per cent of the Dnata CTO shipments electronically. Enabling the industry to remove the paper air waybill and accompanying documents from all shipments processed via the Dnata terminals will result in cost savings to the industry. IATA estimates these savings at around US$4.9 billion annually, once e-freight is implemented across the globe.