Kale breaks into Iraq market

Iraqi ground-handler Azmar Air has gone live with Kale’s Galaxy International air cargo management system.

Azmar, based at Sulaymaniyah International Airport in the Kurdish-controlled region of northern Iraq will use the system for e-freight compliance, warehouse management and vehicle management, and it will be able to offer real-time updates to customers’ trade partners and EDI messaging, says Indian-based Kale.

It added that Galaxy is already in use by handlers including Bahrain Airport Services, Mumbai International Airport and leading international airports in India, plus Lusaka and Ndola in Zambia amongst others.

Indrajit Marath, Azmar’s general manager- cargo village said: “We are now able to automatically capture all data, do better flight planning and plan the operations in advance.

“Our customers including airlines, forwarders, GSAs are happy to see online updates and track shipments. More importantly, we attained this without having to increase our staff count.”

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