Hactl changes freight management

HONG Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) will change over to a new HK$240million (US$30.8 million) airfreight management system in December, renovating the comapny’s freight-handling facilities.

COSAC-Plus, which will replace the technology Hactl has used for the past 17 years, will expedite customs clearance and facilitate improved integration with airlines’ systems. It will also offer better cargo-tracking features than its predecessors, COSAC and COSAC2.

“Although the current system remains fully viable, and continues to place us ahead of many companies in our business, the new features of COSAC-Plus, its added flexibility and the vastly improved user experience, will make this a worthy successor,” Hactl managing director Mark Whitehead commented.

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