Air Cargo Germany opts for TRAXON EDI
Air Cargo Germany (ACG), the Frankfurt-Hahn-based all-cargo carrier has opted for TRAXON EDI services from the beginning of this year.
March 15, 2012
Air Cargo Germany (ACG), the Frankfurt-Hahn-based all-cargo carrier has opted for TRAXON EDI services from the beginning of this year. To facilitate the electronic exchange of messages, including the electronic exchange of FWB (electronic Master Air Waybill), FHL (electronic House Air Waybill), and FSU (proactive Status- Information) messages worldwide, the carrier is using TRAXON EDI services.
“The paperless message exchange via TRAXON EDI offers our customers clear advantages. This was a key factor in our decision to favour the TRAXON solution”, says Holger Ufer, director Ground Operations at ACG. “We are still a very young company but with TRAXON Europe we have 20 years of experience in global airfreight communication on our side. And we profit from their competence and innovative strength. With TRAXON EDI we meet the demands of our partners along the airfreight supply chain more cost efficiently and faster. In this highly competitive environment we must strive to be better than our competition. “
ACG focuses on a i r f reight transportation between Europe and South Korea, Hong Kong, China, the UAE, Kazakhstan, India, South Africa, and South America. The contract gives ACG access to the worldwide TRAXON Europe network. It enables the German all-cargo carrier to do business with all logistics service providers and partners in the air cargo industry on a single, uniform platform using stable host-to-host (EDI) messaging services.