Jettainer appoints Christine Klemmer as Chief Innovation Officer

New department aims to enhance ULD mgmt through cutting-edge technology, strategic AI applications & tracking solutions

Jettainer appoints Christine Klemmer as Chief Innovation Officer
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Jettainer announced the appointment of Christine Klemmer as Chief Innovation Officer.

The newly established department aims to enhance unit load device (ULD) management services through cutting-edge technology, strategic AI applications and tracking solutions, says an official release.

"The primary goal of this new department is to leverage cutting-edge technological developments to enhance Jettainer’s ULD management services even further. This includes the strategic utilisation of AI applications and exploring innovative tracking solutions beyond BLE. Additionally, Jettainer’s own IT landscape JettwareNG will be further improved and automated, facilitating faster and more user-friendly experiences for customers, service providers and employees through smart workflows."

Thomas Sonntag, CEO, Jettainer says: “Staying innovative and leveraging the latest technological opportunities is crucial to ensure efficient ULD management for our customers around the globe. That is why we have now created the structures that give room for new and creative solutions. Christine Klemmer’s experience at home and abroad and her wide-ranging expertise in ULD management, air freight, and IT, makes her the ideal fit."

Klemmer adds: “Jettainer’s customer-centric and innovation-driven approach puts us in an outstanding position to continue on our successful growth trajectory. I am eager to explore new possibilities and to ensure Jettainer remains the leading innovator in ULD management, offering top-notch and forward-looking services to our customers and the industry."

In addition to her new role, Klemmer will remain responsible for strategic development and manage Jettainer’s project portfolio and corporate communications.

Jettainer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lufthansa Cargo, operates more than 100,000 ULDs across 50 locations worldwide, the release added.

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