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EDICOM Air: e-Air waybill solution

e-Freight system

An initiative developed by IATA (International Air Transport Association), designed to replace paper in air freight cargo operations with a new system based on electronic data interchange.

The e-Air Waybill provides airlines, freight forwarders and customs authorities with one standard for the automatic electronic exchange of standardized freight documents, at any airport worldwide operating under the new e-freight system.

Further information at the IATA website



EDICOM is working with IATA to develop the Cargo XML system.

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EdicomAIR is a global platform that deploys EDI technology (Electronic Data Interchange) for electronic issuance of all documents involved in the exchange of information in air freight cargo operations.

The EDICOM e-Air Waybill solution is certified by the IATA as a valid international platform to connect with airlines, forwarding agents and customs at any airport adapted to the new electronic system.

International Platform
Powerfull Integration
e-awb Internacional
e-AWB Tecnología EDI
The system’s international scalability involves participation of the customs authorities to regulate the process and the documents to be declared in freight operations.
The EdicomAIR automates the creation of all freight documents by applying the set standard (XML), relieving businesses of the burden of paperwork.
Cargo IMP - Cargo XML
Private Network
e-AWB Conectividad
e-AWB Conectividad
Is your Cargo Management System based on IMP Standards? EdicomAIR will integrate with it, and automates translation of your freight documents to Cargo XML.
EDICOMNet is a powerful EDI communications infrastructure that allows direct and secure data exchange between freight operators, airlines and customs authorities, providing real-time traceability on the status of their documents. .


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EDICOM will participate at FORUM 2019 organized by GS1 Belgium & Luxembourg

This event, that will take place in Brussels on March 12, will focus on the challenges of standardization posed by electronic invoicing and data synchronization