AG Handling selects Qstep software for Riga operation

By Damian Brett

LtoR: Jānis Kaudze, Edgars Bars, Haiti Arendi and Gunars Peize. Source Qstep

Latvia-based cargo handler AG Handling SIA has chosen the Qstep air cargo handling platform for its operation at Riga International Airport (RIX).

Riga is the fourth airport where the Qstep software-as-a-service platform has been deployed after Helsinki, Tallinn and Vilnius.

AG Handling, which counts Lufthansa and LOT Polish Airlines amongst its customer base, said that so far feedback on the system has been positive.

Gunars Peize, director of AG Handling, said: “We have received positive input from cargo forwarding community who now have much more control over both their export shipments starting from the moment they pre-advice shipments in our extranet (Qclient), giving us a possibility to plan the flow of resources in the warehouse, as well as their import shipments – having clear notifications showing transparent storage conditions and costs, complemented with automated invoicing.”

Haiti Arendi, chief executive of Qstep, added: “Qstep platform enables all essential elements in a single window, from cargo operations and paperless warehouse management to automatic and intuitive communications with various stakeholders. In-built intelligence helps to prevent any unchecked shipments to be loaded to the aircraft such as security or DGR check.”

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