TF Spotlight: Kale’s solutions will help achieve faster growth
The pandemic has caused disruptions to the global supply chain due to airfreight capacity shortages arising from global lockdowns and passenger flight suspensions. Air cargo has played a vital role in contributing to the operating financial targets of flights in the air, and the need to start preparing for the post-COVID-19 period is imperative. The survival of the air cargo industry depends on the successful resurrection of passenger aircraft parked in various locations globally, back in traffic, as essentially, 80% of international cargo is carried in the belly of passenger flights. Forwarders and consolidators have to rethink their entire supply chain products and services. Airlines need to plan their capacity and diversify their global customer base by including smaller but dynamic cargo sales agents in the game.
Kale Logistics Solutions is a trusted and multi-awarded global IT solutions partner for the Logistics Industry encompassing Neutral Air Partner members. Kale’s solutions will help NAP members, including Freight Forwarders, Consolidators, and GSAs, achieve faster growth, along with standardised and paperless processes and operational efficiencies. Kale’s solutions strengthen operational and business capabilities. We are delighted to appoint Kale Logistics Solutions as a strategic IT vendor to our air cargo Logistics network.
Kale has an in-depth understanding of the challenges and opportunities that define the air cargo industry and provides the technology for the next- level of air cargo operations.
The global air cargo industry is expanding its digital processes. Globally, the volume of the air cargo movement is ever-increasing, and airports across the world are trying to keep pace with the expansion in terms of infrastructure, workforce and level of automation.
Airlines around the world have already started to eliminate traditional paper-based systems by switching to digitalisation, using air freight software, ULD measuring digital devices, applications for declaring dangerous goods and web-based booking and tracking platforms to monitor the movement of shipments in real-time.
Technology adoption for air cargo management is on the rise with Freight Forwarders, integrators and Airports. Ground handlers and providers are required to make slot reservations on digital platforms, raise efficiency, and optimise costs and sustainability through visibility and effective data-sharing.