Hamburg airport benefits from cargo IT upgrade

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
(Left to r): Alexander Müller, Head of Cargo at Hamburg airport and Dirk Gladiator, Proxy Holder at DAKOSY announce the start of FAIR@Link at the Cargo Centre
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Hamburg airport has become one of the first airports in Germany to introduce the FAIR@Link Air Cargo Community System from software developer DAKOSY at its air cargo centre.

FAIR@Link is a neutral, IT-supported air cargo community system that enables all companies involved in freight handling processes, in particular handling agents, forwarders, truckers and airlines, to optimise and accelerate their transport and freight processes for both import and export. Customs, security, dangerous goods and supply chain management processes are also supported and in many cases are even automated. The pilot project has just been implemented at Hamburg airport's Cargo Centre.

"I’m pleased that we can implement the pilot project at Hamburg Airport Cargo Centre, together with our experienced partner DAKOSY," says Alexander Müller, Head of Cargo at Hamburg airport. "I’m certain that the standardised early data exchange between the process participants made possible by FAIR@Link will create great added value for everyone. The pilot project will provide us with conclusive results for the processes at our air freight centre."

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