Ground handler AGI deploys CHAMP Cargospot Mobile

Ground handler Alliance Ground International (AGI) has become the first company in the US to roll out CHAMP’s Cargospot Mobile solution in conjunction with its Cargospot Handling system. 

Cargospot Mobile enables CHAMP’s Cargospot Handling system to be used on mobile devices in settings such as warehouses and handling areas.

CHAMP said that Cargospot Mobile enables handling data to be collected in real time, using an iOS or Android smartphone or tablet with a Bluetooth scanner, which can ultimately help to increase the efficiency and accuracy of handling operations.

Nicholas Xenocostas, vice president of commercial and customer engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems, commented: “We are honored to be a part of Alliance Ground International’s impressive growth and support it with our latest technologies. Cargospot Mobile is the next step to further digitalise and streamline its warehouse processes.”

Jared Azcuy, chief operating officer at Alliance Ground International, added: “Cargospot Mobile’s technology completes our goal of a fully integrated, real-time, end-to-end cargo handling system.

“The benefits will positively impact all areas of our operation including, but not limited to, labour force management, SLA compliance, management reports, information accuracy, pickup/delivery times and service transparency to our customers.”

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