Kale Solutions introduces PING

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Kale Logistics Solutions continues to add to its range of e-services solutions for the logistics Industry.

This is to facilitate tackling of the current COVID-19 scenario worldwide and ensure business continuity. Ground handlers and freight forwarders are in the forefront of document processing for freight movement and in order to facilitate operations for both these stakeholders, Kale has introduced an innovative service dubbed PING.

Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, air traffic has been shunned globally in more than 100 countries, with only the transportation of essential goods and medical supplies permitted. This has been causing sharp revenue falls and depleted workforces, which in turn has resulted in resource shortages.

Processes within the air cargo sector have traditionally been burdened with a lot of paperwork and manual operations. PING is a state-of-the-art, digital service facilitated by Kale to remove the burden of administrative tasks and facilitate e-air waybill (creation and filing) with the least amount of work. PING enables the conversion of pdf copies of the e-air waybill directly into industry standard messages as well as APIs, using advanced technology like ML and RPA. It also enables operational efficiency, reduces staff interaction with people at the counter, lowers the cost of data (through an absence of errors), reduces vehicle congestion and complies with the e-AWB process.

Kale is offering a free trial of the PING service in order to support handlers, self-handling airlines and freight forwarders to continue with their business operations. Moreover, no upfront investment is required to begin using this service. Right from enabling remote working to automated handling and ensuring data accuracy, PING offers robust solutions for business continuity, despite the ongoing crisis.

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