BCube implements Cargospot Handling at Ostend

Italian cargo handler BCube has implemented CHAMP’s Cargospot Handling solution to support its operations at Ostend–Bruges airport in Belgium, the first station outside of Italy for BCube.

CHAMP said that Cargospot Handling is “a sophisticated and comprehensive cargo operations and terminal management system that is straightforward and efficient for ground handlers and terminal operators to use, allowing for easy training with minimal training time required”.

It added: “With a high breadth of functionality and automation, BCube will be able to better serve their customers helping to improve its operational efficiency.”

Nicholas Xenocostas, VP commercial and customer engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems, said: “Even with a short implementation timeline – CHAMP is proud to have delivered ahead of scheduled.”

BCube chief executive Mauro Grisafi said: “With CHAMP’s powerful cargo management application in place, BCube is well-equipped to pursue its ambitious growth and expansion strategy more efficiently.”

BCube, which started operations at Ostend-Bruge in 2019, now handles more than 80 airlines and 200 freight forwarders in its European network, handling special cargo products such as pharmaceuticals, e-commerce, artwork, dangerous goods and live animals.

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