Champ to extend JAL link-up

IT supplier Champ Cargosystems is planning to launch a number of IT projects with Japan Airlines, three years after it signed an initial deal with the carrier.
The measures aim to optimise processes and improve engagement with the carrier’s clients and industry partners. 
JAL already uses Champ’s Cargospot cargo management application to manage its day-to-day business activities, along with its business intelligence tool, the ULD Manager asset management system and the Customs Gateway reporting system.
Champ Cargosystems chief executive Arnaud Lambert said: “I am proud that Japan Airlines has again entrusted CHAMP to provide the technology to support these exciting projects that will see the airline’s cargo business processes taken to the next level.”
JAL executive officer cargo and mail, Hiroo Iwakoshi, added that Champ’s “comprehensive understanding of the air cargo industry clearly contributed to the great results we have accomplished from our business transformation project thus far. We are confident this new phase will offer the same outcomes.”

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