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CharterSync ready for flight

CharterSync ready for flight

CharterSync launched at this year’s Air Cargo Europe event in Munich. The new platform for time-critical air charter bookings was among the key integrated technology stories at the show, garnering lots of interest from air charter operators and freight forwarders.

CharterSync co-founders, Ed Gillett and Simon Watson headed a team of four at the show with an almost non-stop series of demonstrations of the platform and high-level talks with operators and freight forwarders. The platform, which can significantly speed up the process of finding the right air charter with time-critical cargo, also empowers freight forwarders offering them more control and transparency over their Go-Now air charter bookings.

“Munich far exceeded our expectations and the reception for CharterSync has been extremely positive and encouraging. We developed the platform based on our experience within the industry and recognising a huge gap which we could address through our combined industry knowledge and tech software expertise.” Co-founder, Simon Watson said.

CharterSync co-founder, Ed Gillett commented, “Freight forwarders and time-critical air charter operators were very impressed with CharterSync and excited to begin using the system as soon as they can. This confirms our belief that digitisation provides a huge opportunity to move cargo quickly, transparently, and securely throughout the whole supply chain.”

CharterSync is available through a strict registration process beginning at chartersync.com. Further information of the system can be obtained from the website and by emailing info@chartersync.com.

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