Cathay Pacific Airways, Tradelink and Global Logistic System Co. announced a joint effort to promote an end-to-end, paper-free air cargo process flow. The move supports the implementation of the e-freight project, an industry-wide initiative facilitated by IATA, involving carriers, freight forwarders, ground handlers, shippers and customs authorities.  Alaska Air (AS) Cargo announced a cargo tracking service called Alaska Mobile Track, which allows its cargo customers to track and ...

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