NIIT joins AI-SATS for cargo handling systemsMay 26th, 2008 - 4:13 pm ICT by admin
Mumbai, May 26 (IANS) Global IT services provider NIIT Technologies Ltd will collaborate with the Air India and Singapore Airport Terminal Services (AI-SATS) to implement the cargo operations system (Cosys) to support the cargo handling operations at the Bengaluru International Airport. Announcing the collaboration Monday, Ranjiv Ramanathan, senior vice president (cargo) of AI-SATS, said: “The implementation of the Cosys is required to ensure quicker processing of the cargo and will boost the operational efficiency of the AI-SATS airport services.”
AI-SATS is a joint venture between the National Aviation Company of India Ltd (NACIL) and Singapore Airport Terminal Services (SATS) to provide professional ground handling services at Indian airports.
Cosys is a cargo management system that can work with the airline cargo reservations system.
Ramanathan said Cosys will facilitate better monitoring and enhanced control of the end-to-end cargo handling operations.
“The system will improve staff productivity by reducing process redundancies, thus resulting in enhanced customer experience,” he added.
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