WFS scoops Miami cargo award - again

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
L to r: Jason Wilson, Divisional Director Real Estate Management & Development MIA; Greg Owens, Assistant Director Business Retention & Development for MIA; Shawnpaul Booth, VP of WFS, MIA Airport Director Emilio Gonzalez and Alex De Gunten of Heico
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Worldwide Flight Services’ commitment to safety, security, innovation, service and the local community has earned it Miami International airport’s Cargo Handler of the Year award for the third consecutive year.

The annual award winner is chosen on the basis of its use of technology and innovation, its economic impact and job growth, awards and industry certifications, as well as its community involvement. Company nominations are judged by senior executives from Miami International airport, the Chamber of Commerce, the Beacon Council and professionals drawn from the aviation industry.

In its submission, WFS highlighted new developments in 2017 to its ePIC operating system, which was developed in-house to innovate cargo handling processes and provide seamless interfaces with airline IT systems, as well as embrace a paperless working environment. This year has seen the launch of a new eScreening module to fully integrate the cargo screening process with ePic and deliver a paperless process that meets the US Transportation Security Administration’s cargo security requirements.

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