Air Cargo World 2021 Webinar Series | Air Cargo World

New Approaches for Future Success

June 9, 2021  •  11am ET

Airfreight carriers and freight forwarders are finally embracing digital booking of airfreight capacity as priorities and business practices have shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The shift is coming just in time, as the drop in available capacity makes the cargobooking landscape more competitive than ever for airfreight forwarders. Concerns around market volatility are leading forwarders to act more cautiously about forming long-term capacity arrangements with airlines, and they are searching for any advantage they can get while securing competitive rates. 

In this second installment in the Air Cargo World 2021 series, executives from leading freight forwarders and airlines discuss the current state of technologies that enable digital quotes and cargo booking; the changes in capacity arrangements and long-term contracting spurred by the pandemic, and the evolving relationships between cargo carriers and freight forwarderas they prepare for the digital future of airfreight.  


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Richard Broekman
Senior Vice President Global Sales and Commercial Development
Atlas Air

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Asok Kumar
EVP, Head of Airfreight, Region Americas
DB Schenker

Peter Penseel

Peter Penseel
COO of Airfreight
CEVA Logistics

Maulin Vakil

Maulin Vakil
Managing Director of Cargo Customer Care and Performance
American Airlines


  • Update on technologies enabling digital quotes, sales and insights  

  • Capacity arrangements and market visibility in a volatile market  

  • What’s new in shipment terms, conditions and stipulations   

  • The role of the forwarder in the e-booking landscape  

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