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Building Seamless Air Cargo Operations for Volaris Airlines

By Logistics Tech Outlook | Friday, July 06, 2018

CAMBRIDGE, MA: Mexico’s second largest airline, Volaris is powering its air cargo operations, by leveraging SmartKargo’s comprehensive and integrated air cargo management solution. By collaborating with SmartKargo’s team of rich air cargo knowledge, Volaris will deliver its cargo service from 22 U.S. markets to destinations throughout Mexico and Central America, and extending to SmartKargo’s Latin American customers as well.

Volaris will perform these functionalities by implementing SmartKargo’s advanced cloud-based air cargo management solution that delivers a wide range of benefits for users. This includes—a one-screen booking interface; highly-flexible pricing, and ratemaking to increase cargo sales; ease-of-use for quick completion of all tasks; and 24X7 call support from trained SmartKargo experts through its global call centers. “SmartKargo’s cloud-based solution is ideal for an airline such as Volaris who needed a quick implementation to capture the system’s many benefits, without a large investment in infrastructure,” says Milind Tavshikar, CEO of SmartKargo.  

“Our Cargo ERP system is based upon the Microsoft Azure global cloud infrastructure, which helps our cargo chain to have an instant access to shipment information via any smartphone, tablet or other device for better decision making,” says Tavshikar. “Volaris is benefitted from what we deliver—improved revenues and better customer service; greater efficiency and more flexibility to scale the business, and instant information for better decisions.” adds Jay Shelat, EVP Sales and Marketing, SmartKargo.

Working with SmartKargo, Volaris’ new air cargo system will possess state-of-the-art functionality with instant visibility of shipment information for its customers. “At the same time, the system will also provide Volaris with instant business intelligence to help us grow our business and serve customers better,” says Holger Blankenstein, Chief Commercial Officer, of Volaris.

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