Mitchell Cotts has selected Kale Logistics Solutions to enhance its air cargo handling operations at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), Nairobi, Kenya.

Under this partnership, Kale will install its airport cargo management system, GALAXY.

The software will digitise Mitchell Cotts’ air cargo handling operations and enable it to provide improved customer services.

Mitchell Cotts MD Daniel Tanui said: “Mitchell Cotts aims to create value for its customers and other stakeholders at every step.

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“I’m very excited to embark on this partnership with Kale, whose transformation and industry expertise capabilities will supplement our focus on improving our customers’ experiences in a digitally enabled way.

“We hope with GALAXY, we have the complete supply chain visibility needed, combined with recommendations to make profitable business decisions.”

GALAXY is a web-based comprehensive ground handling system developed to deliver operational efficiency, control, automation and visibility to cargo handling airports and independent ground handlers.

The solution provides for import and export handling processes and transit.

More than 75 airports across the world have deployed the software.

Kale Logistics Solutions director Vineet Malhotra said: “Kale is helping to guide many of today’s leading companies and airports through its next-gen platforms and systems, in building their digital spines, becoming more agile, creating superior customer experiences and driving exponential growth.

“We are delighted to partner with a company like Mitchell Cotts who are laying the foundation to become future proof digital enterprise by simplifying and standardising the supply chain IT landscape and significantly boosting business velocity.”