Schiphol’s e-freight drive pays off

A five-fold increase between 2010 and 2012 in paperless e-freight shipments

e-freight routes e-freight shipments [email protected] project five-fold increase paperless e-freight Schiphol airport

Schiphol airport has recorded a five-fold increase in e-freight shipments. A result of the $1.6 million (€1.2 million) [email protected] project that was launched in July 2010, the airport’s top 10 e-freight routes are now Singapore, Hong Kong, New York, Tokyo (Narita), Vancouver, Heathrow, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Los Angeles and Atlanta. The drive by Schiphol has seen a rise in the number of shipments sent as paperless e-freight: in 2010, the number was 1,665 shipments and in December 2012, the number had risen to 21,176.