Cargo iQ has launched air cargo intelligence hub to provide the members with real-time online self-service access to its data.
For the first time, the Cargo iQ members will receive live information on performance that will allow them to develop new products and improve processes.
Cargo iQ executive director Ariaen Zimmerman said: “Our members can now analyse their data and see it in an easy to understand, meaningful way; giving them the tools to focus their resources to where they need to improve processes, and supporting them to optimise their products and requirements both for their industry partners and of course, our customers, the shippers.”
The new air cargo intelligence hub not only provides access to data on any given route but also generates customised reports, enabling the members to compare their own performance against Cargo iQ standards and that of the entire Cargo iQ community.
Zimmerman further added: “Cargo iQ members are focused on quality in the air cargo industry and our new hub will help demonstrate the value that air freight brings to the global logistics market.
“Members will be better able to explain to current and potential customers exactly what it is they are paying for, and offer them a choice of products – something new and refreshing for the somewhat traditional air freight sector.”
The members work with shared shipment planning called route maps, which are on the company’s master operating plan (MOP) that helps measure each individual cargo journey from shipper to consignee against 16 milestones.
The data generated by these measurements enable the members to work with their customers and suppliers to enhance performance, develop new products, and improve quality in the air cargo industry.