With the start-up BlueBox Systems, we are on the right track. Supply chain transparency in the area of air freight and climate protection are the start-up’s driving forces. Why? We’ll tell you here.
Behind the successful idea of our start-up is the BlueBoxAir platform, which gives customers real-time information about air freight capacity and possible trade routes for their shipments. The commissioned shipments are tracked, so you know where each shipment is at any time, regardless of the carrier.
The system can be used in any industry. And this has been very well received by our customers since the go-live in December 2021.
The platform ensures transparency in air freight so that transport routes can be traced and possible delays can be identified at an early stage. By providing analysis results, future transports can be optimized based on facts.
This also applies in particular to the issue of sustainability. Routes and aircraft used have a significant influence on the CO² emissions of air freight transport. Transparency gives the customer the opportunity to also take this increasingly important area into account in his optimizations.
This noticeably reduces the CO2 emissions of the individual shipment. In summary, this means: more sustainability through an active contribution to climate protection.
The air freight industry in particular has been criticized for years due to its high CO2 emissions. And this is exactly where BlueBox Systems comes in and makes a contribution to more sustainability in the logistics sector.
With our system, we are therefore not only demonstrating that there are ways and means of simplifying the transport chains in air freight and making them more transparent, but also that there are ways of transporting significantly more sustainably with the right planning.
Caption: BlueBox Systems and sustainability – CEO Martin Schulze presents our start-up at the conference “2+2 on Innovation in Logistics” of transport logistic exhibitions and The International Air Cargo Association TIACA in San Francisco.