CgoXchange And Quick Caller® Discussing Local Air Cargo e-Freight Portals
CgoXchange and Quick Caller® Cargo Directories are discussing details for launching local air cargo e-freight portals in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle in early 2014.
Silicon Valley, California (PRWEB)
CgoXchange, a Division of Sirius Business Solutions, Inc., and The Fourth Seacoast Publishing Co., Inc., publisher of Quick Caller® Cargo Directories, have entered discussions to create local air cargo, e-freight portals. First portals to be launched are anticipated for Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
Quick Caller’s trusted brand and leading industry database would be combined with CgoXchange’s state-of-the-art e-freight technology for connecting current and future subscribers with air cargo applications. Launch for the pilot portals could be as early as January 2014.
Tom Buysse, Quick Caller® Publisher, stated, “This is another way in which we can serve our customers through the utilization of mobile technology. We have a long history of providing local cargo communities with current and accurate contact data because we have the professionals out in the field to do the research and stay in touch with each community that we serve.” Quick Caller® began publishing reliable Directories in regional air cargo communities in 1972.
CgoXchange’s Craig Ruess says, “We are thrilled with the possibility that CgoXchange and Quick Caller® will work together to develop local air cargo, e-freight portals. I can think of no better collaborator than Quick Caller® and their staff.”
Users may easily connect with relevant service providers through a CgoXchange/Quick Caller® e-freight portal. Users would connect with airlines, Customs, packing companies, truckers, shippers, banks, office supplies, equipment repair and whatever else they use in their air cargo lives.
CgoXchange is a division of Sirius Business Solutions, Inc. and headquartered in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley. CgoXchange is pioneering the path for small air freight forwarders to adopt e-freight. CgoXchange provides customizable digital control panels to small forwarders, shippers and trucking companies. CgoXchange was founded by Craig Ruess who began his air cargo career in 1977. Craig has held cargo management positions with Northwest Airlines, Air California, Frontier Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways.
Sirius Business Solutions, Inc. assists businesses with web presence, search, social and mobile marketing. Sirius Business was incorporated in 2003.
Quick Caller® Cargo Directories is the largest Division of The Fourth Seacoast Publishing Co. Inc. With Headquarters near Detroit, the Company also has offices in New York, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles, serving each region with an experienced local Air Cargo Manager. The Quick Caller® began with one regional edition that Company Founder Roger J. Buysse developed, and its network has grown to include 10 separate editions, supported by http://www.QuickCallerOnline.com, email marketing, and other direct sales and marketing programs that cater to the Cargo Community.
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