ANA heralds in digital decade by announcing cargo distribution partnership

All Nippon Airways, Japan's largest airline, heralds in the new decade by joining leading online platform to offer its cargo customers e-booking capabilities. Furthermore, the airline will profit from's extensive customer base in Europe and thus, expand its presence in key cargo markets. "Partnering with leading online booking platform will help to accelerate our ambition to digitally transform our business within the coming years and to focus even more on our customer needs," said Toshiaki Toyama, senior vice president of ANA. "Now, we enable freight forwarders to book our capacity offers in a fast and frictionless manner, 24 hours a day, seven days a week."

Digital booking platform has been accelerating its growth by leveraging network effects over the past year. In 2019, the platform distributed more than 2.2 million instantly bookable real-time offers to customers - averaging more than 6,000 a day. With each new airline joining the platform, the technology company sees a strong increase in bookings per user.

"As we continue to expand rapidly we are looking forward to adding even more capacity on major trade lanes to Asia," said Moritz Claussen, managing director of Here at TD, we put our best efforts to provide the latest and most valuable content to our readers. It is a true labour of love - where we work hundreds of hours each month - to make sure we offer meaningful content.

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