Linz Airport to implement CHAMP Cargosystems' Cargospot Handling solution
May 17, 2017: CHAMP Cargosystems has signed blue danube airport linz (LNZ) for its Cargospot Handling solution, allowing for a quick implementation. With a high breadth of functionality and automation, LNZ will be able to better serve their customers helping the airport to improve its operational efficiency.
Currently handling 46,000 tonnes of cargo per year, LNZ is ranked as the second airport in Austria in terms of cargo throughput.
“We are confident CHAMP will meet our needs for automation to further enhance operational efficiency,” says Gerhard Kunesch, director of Linz Airport.
“Operating around the clock, we needed a cost-effective and easy-to-implement solution that would help us manage our time-sensitive business. We look forward to our staff and clients discovering the benefits of CHAMP’s Cargospot Handling solution.”
“We trust that our new client will be able to achieve their growth plans through the use of the broad functionalities available in Cargospot Handling, which is being used by more than 30 handling agents worldwide. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship," says Nicholas Xenocostas, VP Sales & Marketing at CHAMP.
Blue danube airport linz is joining Vienna International Airport (VIE) by selecting Cargospot Handling, re-affirming CHAMP as a recognised IT solution provider.
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