CEVA sign up for e-AWB with IATA

IATA multilateral e-AWB agreement is first step to 100 per cent paperless Airfreight.


CEVA eAWB


Ceva Logistics, one of the world’s leading global supply chain companies, today announced that it is among the first Freight Management companies to sign up to e-AWB with IATA the trade association for the world’s airlines, representing some 240 airlines or 84 per cent of total air traffic.

The agreement moves Ceva one step closer to achieving paperless Airfreight operations and is just one way that the company is looking to minimize its impact on the environment. Paperless Airfreight will help increase the efficiency, accuracy and speed of processing freight while reducing error rate and costs for Cevaand its customers. According to IATA the freight forwarding industry currently ships 7,800 tons each year in shipment documentation alone.