Jettainer has relaunched its in-house IT system JettWare.
The unit load device (ULD) management firm says new functions and a modernised user interface make it even simpler to pinpoint both serviceable and unserviceable units at airports.
Jettainer says the new version, provides information in a much clearer, intuitive way and therefore boosts ULD management to a new level, making management of airline pallets and containers even more efficient and transparent.
The software allows users to individually summarise all relevant ULD movements, both those on board an aircraft and those in transit on a road feeder service, and presents this information in a revamped visual layout.
Stations can also benefit from a variety of new functions, which for example ease up the handling of pallet stacks.
JettWare 2.0 also introduces new features to manage messages generated for exchanged units between fleets of different airlines. This allows users to easily search for individual units and air waybills.
Jettainer’s head of marketing and PR, Martin Kraemer, says: “The new version of our in-house IT system JettWare is not only more technically sophisticated, but also a lot more user-friendly and intuitive.
“A new colour scheme and interactive support functions make it easier to handle and understand. The new features ensure that the system can be used as efficiently as possible so that customers obtain maximal benefits and time efficiency.”
The new functions are also mirrored in the mobile application, JettApp. JettWare 2.0 will be made available to all new customers and gradually to the company’s existing customers too.