Amsterdam, 13 May 2018
Since the launch of the platform in 2014, the cargo claims solution has been gaining traction throughout the industry and realizing a significant increase of users. In 2015 the platform was awarded by IATA and shortly after Saudia Cargo became a first customer followed by Brussels Airlines, in the role of Airline system users. In October of 2017 Polar Air Cargo and Atlas Air also joined the platform and currently Amerijet is in the process of becoming the newest member and embracing the innovative claim handling system.
Raoul Paul, founder of the platform says: “We are extremely happy to experience an increased interest from airlines in our claims management solution. The professional feedback we receive from our customers helps us to continuously improve the system and deliver the ultimate customer experience with a state of the art innovative platform”.
More forwarders and shippers are using the platform to submit and keep track of their claims. The CargoClaims platform enables claimants to submit claims for any airline from a single claims account. This unique feature encourages claimants to use the claim portal because they don’t have to register with each individual airline to manage all their claims. The number of claimants using the cargo claims portal www.cargoclaims.aero will surpass 20.000 before the end of 2018.
Raoul continues, “Earlier this year we have welcomed Kuehne + Nagel in Amsterdam to our platform and worked hard together with their professional team move away from traditional excel sheets for managing their claims handling process. It is great to work with customers with an innovative mindset and a clear vision and commitment to process improvement, pushing us to deliver the best claims management solution available for the air cargo industry”.
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