Adani Airports rolls out Kale cargo handling software
The system, now being at over 80 cargo terminals globally, was implemented across two airports within 2 months, according to Kale.
March 11, 2021
By PLA Editor
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IT provider Kale Logistics Solutions announced last week that Adani Airports is set to implement its cargo handling system GALAXY in various airports across India.
“The cloud-based system GALAXY expected is a cargo handling software covering comprehensive operations for import, export and transit. “With GALAXY, users can experience complete automation, clear visibility, control, collaboration, and seamless integration within the stakeholder network. It is used at 80+ airports in USA, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India,” the release said.
The solution also provides for transshipment, ULD management, service-level management as per AHM801, tracking, terminal and airline invoicing, as well as mail and courier handling, the company said in its website.
“GALAXY today digitizes more than 80% of India’s air cargo and over 80 cargo terminals globally. This project was a challenging one with the system to be implemented across two airports within 2 months,” said Amar More, chief executive of Kale Logistics Solutions.
“Handlers and airports are investing in IT infrastructure automation to enhance customer experience, build operational resilience and reapportion talent from routine support tasks to higher value activities around transformation and innovation,” he added.
The Adani Group, who entered the airports sector in 2019, won a mandate to modernise and operate six Indian airports: Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram.
The company is in the final stages of acquiring majority stake in the Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) which makes it the largest operator in terms of the number of airports managed, with a combined capacity of around 75 million passengers per year.