SHIELDIntelefile has won a global contract to supply its online air freight document management solution, to Swissport International Ltd. The system will be in all major Swissport stations across Europe and the US by 2012 before being rolled out to all stations worldwide.
SHIELDIntelefile was designed specifically for the air freight industry where large volumes of paper-based documentationcontinue to dominate. It has already been used by Swissport at Heathrow for more than eight years.
Swissport's John Batten, Executive Vice President Global Cargo, said: "We are very pleased to award Transputec a global contract. SHIELDIntelefile has been used very successfully at Heathrow helping to streamline logistics, improve customerservice and reduce total administration costs. It also represents the single most practical solution to manage the ever challenging issue of air freight documentation compliance."
Transputec CEO Rickie Sehgal said: "This is tremendous news for Transputec. The contract with Swissport builds on thesuccess of our existing partnership and cements our ongoing collaboration to innovate further in developing e-freightsolutions."
Swissport International Ltd provides ground services for around 100 million passengers and 3.2 million tonnes of cargo a year (the latter using 98 warehouses with a total floor area of over 360,000 square metres) on behalf of some 650 client companies in the aviation sector. With a workforce of around 35.000 personnel, Swissport is active at 180 stations in 36 countries on five continents, and generated consolidated operating revenue of EUR 1.3 billion in 2010.
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