✈ Coming soon: 50% cost cutting for air freight

By Jen Groisman

🔥 Latest air freight innovation: remotely controlled drone aircraft

Natilus is a California-based startup working on creating remotely controlled drone aircraft. The company’s goal is to reduce the air freight costs by more than 50% through thoughtful design and a smarter use of space. Reducing air freight costs will allow to bring fresher produce into our stores, enable cross-border e-commerce to flourish and drive low-infrastructure regions development.

Check out the highlights:

Natilus, a trailblazing player in the air freight industry, is leveraging #digitalization to revolutionize the way we approach cargo transport.

🌐 Embracing digital transformation: Natilus is at the forefront of the digital revolution, harnessing cutting-edge technology to streamline air freight operations

🚀 Autonomous cargo aircraft: they’re pioneering the development of unmanned cargo aircraft, set to enhance efficiency and reduce costs in the industry

🎯 Seizing the future of logistics: Natilus is redefining air freight logistics, tapping into the potential of digital solutions to meet the evolving demands of global trade

🍃 Sustainability in focus: committed to a greener future, Natilus is exploring eco-friendly alternatives and sustainable practices in air freight

📈 Disrupting the norm: with their innovative approach, Natilus is poised to disrupt traditional air freight models, opening new avenues for faster, more reliable cargo transportation.

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— Aleksey Matyushev, Natilus

For an in-depth look at Natilus’ digitalization journey, read the case study or dive into the full article here. 🔗

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