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Chapman Freeborn offers real-time tracking

May 3 - Chapman Freeborn Airchartering has further strengthened its specialist On Board Courier (OBC) product with the introduction of a new online tool for tracking shipments globally.

In addition to receiving regular updates directly from the company's Cologne-based OBC team, clients can now log in and view real-time updates on the status of their cargo - wherever it is in the world.

Carsten VolkChapman Freeborn's global product manager for OBC services, said: "Our tracking tool has been developed in cooperation with Awery Airline Solutions and affords clients the opportunity to follow urgent OBC shipments online - from the sender to the recipient, detailing every arrival and departure movement in between.

"The technology helps to make our high quality and safe transportation service even more transparent for the customer."

Chapman Freeborn's OBC service is a specialised transportation solution tailored to clients' specific requirements, including the movement of time critical spare parts, automotive cargo, important documents, pharmaceutical products and other urgent shipments.

www.chapman-freeborn.com

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