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MNG Airlines renews with Champ’s Traxon cargoHUB

Feb 16, 2021

The Turkish carrier MNG Airlines Cargo has renewed with Champ Cargosystems for its cargo community service, Traxon cargoHUB. As a long-term Traxon cargoHUB customer of 12 years, Champ has aided the carrier with its digitalization efforts, expanded its eAWB penetration, and winning new business.

Traxon cargoHUB is a platform featuring one of the largest air cargo communities, with electronic access to over 100 airlines and 3,000 forwarders, operating from 9,000 branches worldwide. Champ has fostered relationships with airlines and forwarders across Turkey, supporting the growing air cargo supply chain to digitalize from end-to-end.

“MNG has been pleased with the breadth of Traxon cargoHUB,” says Serkan Eren, Ground Operations Director at MNG Airlines. “Champ’s technologies are not only a vital part of our data exchanges – but also bring stability and consistency to our processes. We are pleased to renew.”

“We are pleased to continue supporting the digitalization strategy of MNG Airlines,” says Laurent Jossa, Head of Sales - Distribution Services at Champ Cargosystems. “Champ maintains close ties to MNG in its cargo operation and continues to expand its business wherever possible.”

MNG also uses Champ’s Traxon Global Customs (TGC) and Traxon Global Security (TGS) for meeting global regulatory compliance requirements.

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