IBS join Cargo 2000

IBS Software Services of India, has joined Cargo 2000 to support the systems and solutions requirements of its global airline customers.

Akshay Shrivastava, global head, cargo line of business, IBS Software Services, said: “Cargo 2000 is designed to improve service levels while reducing the time spent and resources burnt to handle irregularities in the management of the cargo lifecycle. IBS’ suite of new generation cargo management solutions, are being used by some of the best air cargo carriers in the world who are very quality conscious, making it imperative for us to join Cargo 2000 and to underscore our commitment to provide the best to the industry.

“Joining Cargo 2000 enables us to ensure that our systems and solutions meet the needs and expectations of the industry, with regards to the quality of services to their customers. It is also important for IBS to ensure that our solutions support industry initiatives by Cargo 2000, as well as facilitate our customers’ effective participation in these.”

Lothar Moehle (above), regional director, EMEA for Cargo 2000, said: “We welcome the commitment of IBS to our quality program. It has a proven reputation for providing high quality IT solutions to airlines around the world and, as part of its participation we hope it will further promote awareness of the benefits of Cargo 2000 membership to its airline customers.”

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