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and efficient execution of inspections and Customs- related processes. Today, other cargo hubs that
Nallian is currently working with include Brussels Airport (with BRUcloud), London Heathrow, Liege, Luxembourg, Vienna and a major airport in Asia (whose name Driesen won’t disclose). Belgium-headquartered Dallian recently opened
Driesen advises. “Our platform and ecosystem of collaborative ecosystem of applications are continuously enriched, fuelled by the input from the communities we are working with, who drive the digital roadmap together with us.” Just last year (2020), for
example, Dallian extended its Landside Management Suite with features such as dynamic slot booking, which enables trucking companies who offer
in its history in terms of
the logistical complexity of shipping Covid-19 vaccines. “Having operational
visibility, transparency and efficiency throughout the cargo chain has never been more important,” he suggests, but adds that this is exactly what Nallian’s Cargo Cloud enables. The need to protect
workforces through social
distancing and the
an Asia-Pacific office in Singapore, about which Verheyen comments: “The fast-growing Asia-Pacific air cargo market
a wealth of opportunities for Nallian. This new office will help us to accelerate our coverage of the region, and work even more closely with our local clients.” Despite Nallian’s ongoing success, it is not complacent,
road feeder services (RFS) or operate far from the cargo hub in question to also gain the benefits of slot booking. As for the ongoing effect of
the Covid-19 crisis on Nallian and such technologies, Driesen believes that the pandemic has further increased attention on the importance and value of air cargo. But the sector is facing one of the biggest challenges
consequential need to limit physical touch points makes the need for such solutions as Nallian’s apparent, he considers. This is a serious challenge as cargo operations are traditionally paper-based and involve many touch points such as crowded rooms where truckers wait to be assigned to a gate, registrations at a front desk, handover of paperwork and so on. “By digitising the entire flow
process - covering
landside pick-up or delivery processes, through slot booking and assigning digital release rights to driver registration, execution of inspection and acceptance checks - Nallian’s collaborative apps eliminate these physical touch points and paperwork as everything is registered and shared in a digital way,” Driesen points out.
SpiceJet and SmartKargo Renew Agreement
India-based SpiceJet Airlines has renewed its contract with SmartKargo to deliver innovative air cargo technology to power key operations for the carrier’s air cargo business arm, Spice Xpress. Since 2015, SpiceJet has utilized the SmartKargo platform to support and grow its domestic and international
Cargo business, including its important Pharma Pro cold- chain service. Spice Xpress has the capability to transport extremely sensitive drugs, vaccines blood samples and medicines in controlled temperatures ranging from -40°c to +25°c. Besides, the airline
also offers other benefits such as a network
of warehouses equipped with deep freezers to enable change of cool packs and ground vehicles and containers to help transport sensitive cargo. Spice Xpress also has the technology- empowered capability of providing door-to-door deliveries to over 12,600 pin codes across India.
Hellmann Worldwide has launched SmartAir!, a real- time tracking tool for air freight shipments. Together with the Bonn-based start- up BlueBox Systems, the forwarder developed a
web-based platform, which provides customers with comprehensive information about their air freight shipments
at a glance,
regardless of airline, route or type of shipment. Based on
GPS coordinates, SmartAir! provides information on all stopovers and loading times for live tracking of shipments and numerous analysis options for the performance of individual airlines, routes and airports.
BluJay opens customer portal and forwarder app
BluJay Solutions has launched a customer portal and released a web-based freight-forwarding application,
Management for Forwarders 21.0.
The portal allows freight
forwarders’ customers to access their key shipment data and make bookings online. Features include dashboards
highlighting key milestones and exceptions, track and trace quotation requests, bookings, and document management. TMFF 21.0 is a single solution
for complete supply chain execution – air, ocean, and inland freight. The system automates key processes, reducing the time and cost to handle each shipment, resulting in better customer
service and the ability to differentiate in a competitive market. The web-based release 21.0
features a new streamlined user interface and navigation, a portfolio of web services and APIs, plus a brand-new To-Do List Module as well as enhancements to the Global Shipment View and more intuitive module access.
Airspace moves into Europe
California logistics soſtware firm Airspace Technologies has opened its first European office at Schiphol-Rijk and will be expanding its team across the Netherlands, France, Germany, and the UK.
Airspace’s proprietary uses
learning to identify the fastest and lowest risk path out of millions of possibilities and proactively ensures that any potential delays are avoided
and guarantees real-time, end- to-end visibility. The new European operation
will be managed by Marcel Andriessen, who was managing director
at Luſthansa’s time:matters arm for ten years.
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Air cargo IT firm Champ Cargosystems has partnered with digital solution provider CargoAi. By connecting their
systems, both companies will offer their users new connections and capabilities. Champ will offer increased
visibility to CargoAi for its over 100 airlines and GSA customers while CargoAi offers Champ clients a new sales channel.
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