Kale Logistics signs with one hundredth airport cargo station

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Amar More. Photo: Kale Logistics Solutions

IT solutions provider Kale Logistics Solutions has signed an agreement with its one hundredth airport cargo station.

Kale aims to improve air cargo processes at GMR Cargo Hyderabad International Airport (GHIAL) with a air cargo solution that is a combination of its flagship Cargo Community System and Cargo Management System, GALAXY.

The solution encompasses courier, international, and domestic cargo operations for the airport.

“We are very proud to have been associated with 100 air cargo stations globally,” said Amar More, co-founder and chief executive, Kale Logistics Solutions.

“With our portfolio of industry-leading IT solutions for airports and the allied community, we look forward to helping the industry thrive in an increasingly digital-first world.”

Around 85% of India’s air cargo runs on on Kale’s systems, said the company.

Kale’s airport cargo community platform connects the airport ecosystem to simplify, standardise, and modernise connectivity, as well as information flow throughout the value chain.

It connects airports, cargo ground handlers, transporters, freight forwarders, customs brokers, airlines, importer/exporters and customs on a cloud-based IT platform. 

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