IATA Net Rates platform takes wing, but will the airlines sign up?

July 9, 2019 Alex Lennane

IATA’s decision to launch an air cargo rates distribution platform, IATA Net Rates, has raised questions by the industry over potential benefits versus its cost to members. 
The association said the platform was developed by and for the industry to help carriers and GSAs “streamline the distribution of their cargo rates, but also for freight forwarders to access a unique one-stop shop for all their air cargo rates needs”. 
But the platform, whose development began ...

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