From June 30, the airline said all countries in its Europe region - excluding Armenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russia, Slovakia and Slovenia - would be able to use the online booking platform to book capacity on its aircraft.
In February, Qatar Cargo offered its capacity on WebCargo to users in France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, South Africa and Spain.
With the implementation of WebCargo across Europe, the total count of countries in the airline's network on the platform will increase to 32.
'We are glad to further roll out the third-party eBooking platform, WebCargo throughout Europe, as we aim to provide digital connectivity for our customers and extend digitalisation across our operations,' said Qatar Airways cargo chief Guillaume Halleux.
'Our aim is to gradually roll out WebCargo throughout our global network during the year, providing convenience and transparency to our customers,' he said.
Zvi Schreiber, chief executive of WebCargo parent Freightos Group, added: 'The hyper growth of our eBookings in the last few months (up 1,000 per cent year on year) has proven that forwarders are very keen to adopt real-time pricing, capacity, and eBookings, particularly in today's volatile market.
'Ultimately, this allows them to deliver better air cargo to importers/exporters. With today's significant expansion of our partnership with Qatar Airways Cargo, we are excited to drive a further acceleration of digital air cargo bookings in Europe.'
The airline said it had been receiving high volumes of e-bookings via the platform since the addition of its capacity.