Jettainer unveils its makeover at IATA WCS 2017
Mar 15, 2017: ULD management provider Jettainer has presented its logo with new claim at the IATA World Cargo Symposium. The company name will be followed by the additional phrasing “Smart • ULD • Pooling • People”. With this, Jettainer emphasises that the Unit Load Devices (ULDs) themselves as well as their global management (pooling) through smart and intelligent solutions are visionary.
Currently, especially the ULDs themselves are fitted with an increasing amount of digital technology in order to transmit a constant stream of information regarding their position, status or even temperature.
Jettainer closely cooperates with Lufthansa Industry Solutions on the development of these smart ULDs. The improvement of the management software as well as its usability on a wide range of mobile devices have helped to make the processes faster and more efficient. The IT systems also profit from the additional data of the smart ULDs, since they use it to learn how management or maintenance processes can be further improved.
“Increases in efficiency in ULD management are the best arguments for our clients. That’s why we have invested in new technologies early on and consequently developed them. We aim to mirror these developments in our new claim, which emphasises that we combine smart technology with the know how of our experienced employees,” said Martin Kraemer, head of Marketing & PR at Jettainer, at the unveiling of the new claims in Abu Dhabi.
Photo: (left to right): Martin Kraemer; Andreas Baumann, Manager IT; Thorsten Riekert, Director Sales; Gert Pfeifer, Manager IT; Robert Poposki, Manager Sales; Ingeborg Manz-Maier, Director Finance
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