Nallian and Luxembourg Airport implement new Cargo Community System

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Belgium-based Nallian, a specialist of collaborative solutions in logistics and air cargo, have joined with Luxembourg Airport to implement a cargo community system (CCS) at the airport.

With 893.090 tonnes of cargo in 2019, Luxembourg Airport is one of the most important cargo airports in Europe. To meet business needs and customer expectation, the CCS that open the neutral IT platform to all actors involved in international trade. This will enable real-time capturing and sharing of granular information regarding shipment processing, far beyond the traditional cargo data, it will empower all stakeholders involved to better plan and execute their processes and will drive efficiency and visibility with in-depth insights in performance.

In a first implementation phase in 2020, the application will prove its operability and added value for the cargo community. Upon the successful run of perishables and live animals shipments with a limited number of involved actors, namely Cargolux, LuxairCargo, Kuehne+Nagel, Arthur Welter and the public administrations concerned, the CCS shall be rolled out to all types of cargo and all companies that are interested to join.

“Lux-Airport is excited to implement, together with its cargo community, a data-sharing platform. With this decision lux-Airport demonstrates its commitment to support the airport cargo community and to foster the competitiveness and further growth of Luxembourg as a European multimodal logistics hub. Nallian has been selected because their solution demonstrates their core competence in cargo communities, using best practice processes frameworks, and enables for integration with other cargo communities,” René Steinhaus, CEO of lux-Airport, has said.

“We are proud to have been selected by lux-Airport, with whom we share a common vision on the importance and power of digitization and data sharing for air cargo. We are excited to help them realize their ambition to further develop the competitiveness of the airport and the logistics sector in Luxembourg as a whole,” said Jean Verheyen, CEO of Nallian.