Kale Logistics celebrates its 100th airport station with GMR Cargo Hyderabad

posted on 31st May 2022 by Eddie Saunders
Kale Logistics celebrates its 100th airport station with GMR Cargo Hyderabad

Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale) has signed an agreement with its one hundredth airport cargo station, GMR Cargo Hyderabad International Airport (GHIAL), delegates heard at Kale’s media briefing at the Air Cargo India 2022 event today.

Kale will be transforming air cargo processes at GHIAL with a unique 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 Officer (CEO), 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.”

Kale has been a pioneer in designing and implementing air cargo tech solutions for the last 11 years.

These solutions connect over 3,000 cargo agents, more than 125 airlines, processing over three million annual payments and exchanging more than ten million EDI messages globally.

With around 85 percent of India’s air cargo running on Kale’s systems, the IT provider’s Cargo Community Systems command a leadership position in the global logistics industry, having received several global accolades, including a United Nations award.

Kale’s airport cargo community platform is one of the most comprehensive systems, which connects the airport ecosystem to simplify, standardize, and modernize connectivity, as well as information flow throughout the value chain.

It seamlessly connects airports, cargo ground handlers, transporters, freight forwarders, customs brokers, airlines, importer/exporters and customs on a common, highly secured cloud-based IT platform. The system is targeted towards promoting paperless trade and ease of doing business.

Speaking on the occasion, Vineet Malhotra, Co-Founder and Director, Kale Logistics Solutions, said, “Leveraging the cutting-edge technologies, we aim to set high operational benchmarks for global air cargo industry.

“This being our one hundredth airport cargo station and yet another major airport in India, we are delighted to celebrate this at the most happening event of the year, Air Cargo India 2022 at Grand Hyatt, Mumbai, and in the midst of industry stalwarts from across the world.”