See a robot live in action at GHI’s Cargo Zone in Amsterdam

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A six-foot plus robot that boosts slot utilisation and inventory management is among the highlights of GHI’s Cargo Zone programme at the 23rd Annual, RAI Amsterdam.

Book now to attend keynote presentations and live demos revealing how the Mimi bot is using its AI expertise to boost Menzies’ cargo handling KPIs at London Heathrow.

The Cargo Zone is a dedicated seminar area of the Annual GHI Conference that will explore the surge in cargo handling opportunities created by the Covid pandemic.

Other Cargo Zone programme highlights include:

The Big Debate: ‘More than just a day in the sun’ delivering on cargo’s stellar potential during an impending downturn
Air cargo has become the poster child of the aviation industry over the course of the pandemic. But just as its stock rises, the global economy will hit a cyclical downturn. So how do we ensure cargo capitalises on its star status?
Robert Fordree, Menzies Aviation, Executive Vice President – Cargo

GSE Innovation: equipment solutions for cargo handling
What are equipment manufacturers doing to help handlers react to the rise in prominence of air cargo on the ramp?
Nicolas Verin, Regional, CEO EMEAI, TLD; Brad Compton, Global Sales Director, Textron GSE

Cargo trailblazers: innovation through technology and teamwork the Swissport story
With 108 warehouses and more than five million tonnes of cargo to handle, Swissport will reveal its top digital innovations to drive cargo efficiency.
Dirk Goovaerts, Global Cargo Chair, Swissport

Innovation: it takes a village: how collaborative efforts to bring data visibility are key to the seamless cargo journey
Laura Rodríguez, Manager Implementation & Quality Assurance, Cargo iQ


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