Tokyo’s Haneda opts for IBS solution

IBS Group has announced a deal with Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal Ltd (TIACT) for implementation of the CTO (Cargo Terminal Operations) module of iCargo, IBS’ new-generation Cargo Management System. The IBS system will manage the new cargo terminal at Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport. Haneda is ranked among the world’s busiest […]


IBS Group has announced a deal with Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal Ltd (TIACT) for implementation of the CTO (Cargo Terminal Operations) module of iCargo, IBS’ new-generation Cargo Management System. The IBS system will manage the new cargo terminal at Tokyo International Airport, also known as Haneda Airport.

Haneda is ranked among the world’s busiest passenger airports and will be the fi rst neutral ground handler to use iCargo’s CTO module. The airport is currently undergoing a major expansion in terms of both capacity and technology and is scheduled to be fully functional by October 2010.

iCargo’s CTO module will provide the Haneda airport a wide range of webenabled features from reserving airway bills to manifesting the shipment on a flight on the export, to receipt of cargo from the airline on the import, to final delivery of the shipment to the consignee. The system provides for guidance and control of trucks, critical to managing influx of transport and supports radio communications through hand-held terminals, thereby improving productivity and service levels. The air cargo facilities provided by the new terminal will give cargo operators easy access and connectivity to central Tokyo.