Handler Cargologic renews with CHAMP

Swiss ground handler Cargologic has extended its partnership with CHAMP Cargosystems through a new ten-year agreement.

Cargologic has been using CHAMP’s Cargospot Handling, a digital cargo management tool, for more than 13 years.

The new agreement will see Cargologic using CHAMP’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model to transition its current system to a service managed by and hosted from CHAMP.

Cargologic’s SaaS migration will enable it to benefit from CHAMP’s Cargospot system features, as well as CHAMP’s smart technology solutions such as the Cargospot app, which was “specially designed to transform and enhance the physical cargo handling processes”.

Jürg Zimmermann, executive vice president of operations at Cargologic, commented: “I was part of the first Cargospot implementation team and now look forward to this next step.

“Cargospot has been the cornerstone of our operations for over a decade and has helped us to streamline our business processes. We are pleased to extend our partnership and are eager to harness the added potential of CHAMP’s SaaS platform.”

Nicholas Xenocostas, vice president commercial and customer engagement at CHAMP Cargosystems, added: “I am extremely pleased that CHAMP and Cargologic are able to continue their strong partnership.

  “We are delighted that we will be supporting this great ground handler for at least another decade, delivering the efficiency gains of a SaaS offering, whilst further transforming Cargologic’s operations through the introduction of advanced new technologies and solutions.”

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