Cargo Flash launches new product line

Cargo Flash at the World Cargo Symposium 2022

Cargo Flash has launched its new product line and announced partnerships with three top global clients to offer nGen and Octogo solutions.

Jasraj Chug, co-founder  and director of Cargo Flash InfoTech, took the opportunity of the global trade gathering at the IATA World Cargo Symposium (WCS) 2022 to announce the launch of the new product line “OCTOGO”.

Chug, along with his team, recently hosted a workshop on ‘DIGIGASM- The emerging world of Air Cargo’ at the ExCel Centre London during the WCS London 2022. During the workshop, he spoke about the new product range and how it can benefit the industry. The ‘Plug & Progress’ product lines of Octogo will define higher standards for the entire industry to make transactions transparent and customer-friendly.

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“Octogo brings in a well-thought and carefully-designed product line for the entire Air Cargo ecosystem. Our new and upcoming product lines are made to forecast rates, capacity, industry needs and demands triggering the development of data-driven decisions,” Chug mentioned. “We endeavour to tap transactions, supporting the growth of a digital environment that can unfold new opportunities for our customers. It will soon be ready to provide direct access to millions of global air cargo and logistics stakeholders, all on a multi-faceted, cloud-based platform.”

Cargo Flash has partnered with three new clients in recent months for providing IT support to their respective cargo management. The company joined hands with Kenya-based Jambojet Cargo, which is a subsidiary of Kenya Airways, Oman-based LCC SalamAir and Royal Jordanian, the flagship carrier of Jordan.

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Both Jambojet and SalamAir will go live with Cargo Flash’s new ‘Octogen’ modular-based Cargo Management System (CMS), an advanced assemblage of its existing ‘nGen’ software, further developed under the ‘Octogo’ portfolio. Along with the CMS, SalamAir is also implementing the Cargo Revenue Accounting (CRA) System designed by this IT Company.

Consecutively, Royal Jordanian takes the technology support of Cargo Flash’s next-generation ‘nGen’ product line of cloud-based software. The airline to implement nGen Cargo Reservation (RES) System, nGen CRA System, nGen Warehouse Management System (WMS) and the integrated nGen mobile apps, commonly known as nGen Connect.

In the remaining slice of 2022, Cargo Flash is hopeful of acquiring more global brand names in its elite list of clientele and to reach out to more markets with its new product line.