Billund Airport in Denmark has signed up for Champ’s Cargospot Handling digital solution, moving away from a long-term provider. The solution will be used by its handling agent, Cargo Center Billund (CCB) as a step towards paperless handling of over100 airlines and 50 international forwarding companies.
Champ says that CCB can now take advantage of a range of devices, and reduce the inefficiency of using non-native operation systems. All data collected on the warehouse floor is now fed directly into its cargo management application.
The airport’s vice president of airfreight Jan Ditlevsen, said: “We and CCB are excited to offer a more seamless and streamlined experience for our customers through Billund Airport. We are thrilled to be using the latest technologies with Cargospot Handling and Mobile, which will accelerate the cargo processed through our warehouses and throughout the region.”
Director of global sales and account management at Champ Cargosystems, David Linford, added: “Our Cargospot Mobile solution offers ground handlers the ability to efficiently manage their cargo movement using commodity handset devices and real-time data synchronization to the Cargospot
Billund Airport in South Denmark is perhaps best known as the gateway to the Legoland theme park but is also the second largest airport in Denmark, handling over 74.000 tonnes of airfreight a year and 50 freighter flights operations per week, plus road feeders.