NIIT Tech Implements Cargo Ground Handling System For Cathay Pacific
Cathay Pacific Cargo terminal specially designed for cargo hub operations, will provide an extensive range of cargo handling services to customers.
February 28, 2013
NIIT Technologies has announced the successful implementation of WOS (Warehouse Operating System), an integrated cargo management solution, to manage cargo handling operations of Cathay Pacific Services Limited (CPSL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Cathay Pacific Airways, at their brand new Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal in Hong Kong SAR.
Cathay Pacific Cargo terminal, specially designed for cargo hub operations, will provide an extensive range of cargo handling services to customers. A revolutionary “Just-in-Time” operation philosophy has been adopted at the Terminal, with advanced technology employed to reduce the waiting and processing time for cargo handling. Customers will benefit from extended cut off times, last-minute cargo acceptance, and a reduced connection handling time for transhipments.
WOS is the core cargo handling IT system, which is implemented using open, component-based and n-tier architecture to provide a flexible and scalable solution. A unique advantage of WOS is its rich functionality, which will enable CPSL operations to handle and manage their processes and ensure regulatory compliance while guaranteeing high performance.WOS has many innovative features that will enable CPSL to monitor the bottlenecks in workflow and assure higher service levels with user friendly interface.
On this occasion, Mr. Algernon Yau, Chief Executive Officer, Cathay Pacific Services Limited, said, “I am very pleased with the successful implementation of WOS at Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal. The WOS deployed at the facility provides a total solution to facilitate cargo operations in our terminal and the transition of operations for the customers went smoothly. We highly appreciate NIIT’s professionalism and dedication to help support the development of this advanced system over the past few years.”