Airclic joins 2000

AIRCLIC, has joined Cargo 2000 as a regional associate member to support the requirements of major clients including Delta Air Lines.

“We are very excited to be members of Cargo 2000,” said Tim Bradley, AirClic, chief executive officer (right). “The standards for Cargo 2000 are driving improved performance and better service for the airfreight industry and customers.

“AirClic [can] provide the air cargo industry with a low cost, scalable and easy-to-use system that can provide the real-time information and performance data that providers need to compete in the increasingly competitive environment.

“We have seen a strong adoption of the AirClic solution over the last year and expect that trend to continue in ’09.”

In their pursuit of Cargo 2000 Phase compliance, Delta partnered with AirClic to capture freight status updates on the premises of its cargo operations at large airports like Atlanta and New York’s JFK Airport and submit the data in real time so that it could be measured against the plan.

Michael White, regional director, the Americas for Cargo 2000, said: “Capturing, reporting and measuring real-time data sits at the heart of Cargo 2000’s quality management system. It is, therefore, extremely pleasing to see that companies like AirClic have developed solutions to help our members realise the quality and cost benefits Cargo 2000 offers and a just reward to see them winning contracts from leading customers in the cargo industry.”

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