e-Freight

What is e-Freight?

Qatar Airways Cargo fully supports e-freight, an IATA global project involving end-to-end stakeholders of the supply chain. e-freight aims to reduce, if not eliminate, paper documentation and replace it with the e xchange of electronic data and messages. To start the e-freight process, customers should already be using e-AWB and the origin station should be e-freight feasible, which means capable of accepting shipments without the bulk of paper documentation.

Differences between e-AWB and e-freight

e-AWB e-Freight
Scope
Paper AWB Paper AWB, Packing List, Invoice, Certificate of Origin, among others
SHC Code
ECC or ECP ECC and EAW
Sign Up & Agreements
Global or Local Sign Up; Bilateral or Multilateral Agreement Must be already an e-AWB user
Applicability
Utilised on lanes of which both ends are signatories to MC99 and MP4 agreements with few exceptions available for Warsaw routes E-Freight can only be utilised on "IATA Approved e-freight trade lanes”

Step-by-step e-freight process with Qatar Airways Cargo

 

To get started with e-freight, email us at ecargo@qatarairways.com.qa

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