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   Vol. 23 No. 22
Monday May 6, 2024

ICAO Cargo Workshop

Amar More

     “Looking forward to insightful encounters toward advancing digitization in air cargo at International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) South American Office in Lima, Peru today May 6 at 15:45”, Amar More, President of Kale Logistics Solutions said.
     Mr. More continues what is shaping up to be a dedicated imaginative outreach in keeping at his quest toward transformation of the global logistics industry.
     Today, Kale Logistics Solutions is the global thought leader with a vertical SaaS platform offering a suite of outstanding software solutions for a wide network of logistics service providers to help strengthen and improve their operational as well as business capabilities.
     At ICAO, Amar will be a key speaker in a panel discussion and will share insights towards the digitalization of cargo operations and the benefits derived from its implementation.
     “The region is ready for embracing technology for a more efficient, sustainable, and secure air cargo operations.
     “We are proud to be working with the industry in South America in this journey of digitization for air cargo.
     “Over the past few years, the emphasis the world over is on employing sustainable practices.
     “To subdue the excessive use of paper documents, digitizing air cargo operations are seen as the best-fit solution.
     “Well, digitization doesn’t mean operating with an enterprise solution as it would refrain digital activities to a Ground Handler/Freight Forwarder/Customs Broker etc.
     “We prefer an Airport Cargo Community System (ACS) that can reduce manual documentation heavily and automate processes on a micro/macro level.
The Kale Airport Cargo Community System ensures sustainable practices by enabling practices to adhere to sustainability guidelines.
     “ACS is a web based electronic collaborative platform to streamline and map the entire air freight process flow. It simplifies and modernizes operations by improving communication between ground handlers, freight forwarders, customs brokers and others with airport authority, customs, other government agencies, regulators etc.
     “All communication takes place online through a common EDI platform which is in line with regulatory guidelines.”
     More is a true agent for change. Kale revolutionized handling of cargo via North America’s first ACS at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport ; is facilitating over 20% rise in cargo handling with its ACS at Bangalore International Airport Ltd , has cut what was seven million copies of physical documents at Mumbai International Airport Limited (CSMIA) Airport, the list goes on.
     One thing is clear the power of Kale Logistics impact on speeding up the art of logistics is felt worldwide as 2024 continues.

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