Cargo GSSA stands for Cargo General Sales and Service Agent. It is an intermediary company that provides sales, marketing, and other support services for airlines’ cargo operations.
Cargo GSSA helps airlines expand their cargo business by providing local expertise, sales network, customer support, and logistics solutions in various markets.
Yes, Cargo GSSA can handle various types of cargo, including general cargo, perishable goods, dangerous goods, and live animals, among others.
Airlines can collaborate with Cargo GSSA by entering into a partnership agreement, where the GSSA acts as an extension of the airline’s cargo team in specific markets.
Cargo GSSA provides services such as sales and marketing, customer support, cargo booking and reservations, documentation, cargo tracking and more.
Using a Cargo GSSA allows airlines to enter new markets quickly, reduce costs, expand their network, enhance customer service, and leverage local market knowledge.
Cargo GSSA has expertise in customs clearance and documentation requirements in different countries, ensuring compliance with local regulations and smooth movement of cargo.
Yes, Cargo GSSA can provide customized solutions based on an airline’s specific requirements, such as handling special cargo or implementing specific marketing strategies.
Cargo GSSA agreements typically involve revenue sharing arrangements where the GSSA earns a commission on the cargo sales made on behalf of the airline.
Yes, Cargo GSSA plays a key role in optimizing cargo capacity utilization, ensuring efficient cargo loading, and maximizing revenue potential for airlines.
Cargo GSSA can provide global coverage, with expertise and local presence in multiple markets across different regions.
Yes, Cargo GSSA can handle e-commerce shipping solutions and provide support for cross-border shipments, including customs clearance facilitation.
Cargo GSSA leverages its industry knowledge, local connections, and sales expertise to drive cargo sales growth, explore new revenue streams, and expand market share for airlines.
When selecting a Cargo GSSA, airlines should consider factors such as their experience, reputation, global network, technology capabilities, and ability to align with the airline’s business objectives.
Yes, Cargo GSSA can assist airlines with cargo security measures, compliance with industry regulations, and ensuring adherence to international standards for safe and secure cargo handling.