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Kale Logistics’ cargo community system goes live at Atlanta Airport

December 19, 2019: The logistics IT solutions provider, Kale Logistics Solutions developed a new air cargo community system (ACS) for Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in the United States along with the airport airfreight community.

The platform could eliminate duplicate data entry work, excessive documentation, truck congestion and wait-time issues.
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The platform could eliminate duplicate data entry work, excessive documentation, truck congestion and wait-time issues.

December 19, 2019: The logistics IT solutions provider, Kale Logistics Solutions developed a new air cargo community system (ACS) for Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport in the United States along with the airport airfreight community.

Headquartered in Mumbai, Kale’s ACS is a digital platform to help all stakeholders including customs, shippers, airlines, trucking companies, customs brokers, freight forwarders and cargo handlers to electronically communicate.

Went live on November 14, 2019, the platform could eliminate duplicate data entry work, excessive documentation, truck congestion and wait-time issues and brings in transparency to reduce overall logistics costs along with better supply chain planning.

Kale is also working with Microsoft to implement artificial intelligence & machine learning into the ACS system to address any exceptional scenarios. The system can then intelligently predict, assign and if required prioritize the allocation of docks for trucks waiting at the marshalling yard.

Amar More, director & CEO, Kale Logistics Solutions, said, “We are delighted to partner with Atlanta Airport & the air freight community in Atlanta, in this unique initiative on their path towards digitalization. We are very proud to be part of being North America’s first new-generation air cargo community platform and promise our full support in creating world-class digital infrastructure at ATL. We are committed to creating such digital logistics communities at other ports and airports in North America and across the globe. These communities are sure to change the way air cargo business has been happening thus far.”

Elliott Paige, airport director, Air Service Development, Atlanta Airport, said, “We are excited by the possibilities that lie in store for us with Atlanta Airport’s ACS, especially the reduction in truck dwell time. The scope of availability of accurate and complete information before the truck arrival has been leading to clarity, cooperation and understanding amongst the stakeholders. This initiative demonstrates the airport’s commitment to be the bell-weather in creating the new generation digital infrastructure at the airport.”

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