Complementing the broad experience that SASI has accumulated in the past five years working for clients in implementation, training and dedicated client seminars on e-commerce and community systems, SASI announces the establishment of a consulting team with dedicated focus on Cargo Community Systems (CCS) and the SASI “Data and Logistics Corridor” concept.
Data and Logistics Corridors establish links between global airports, allowing all air cargo stakeholders to benefit from door-to-door complete transparency, quality and speed. This allows airline clients to create product portfolios in a “virtual integrator” model of highly competitive products.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated air cargo industry discussions and shifted the conversation from what would be “nice to have” to “what is needed right now”; this is especially the case among airports and local authorities. Making that transition requires a unique, innovative approach based on a detailed understanding of each stakeholder in the worldwide air cargo industry and the expectations of the beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) – those that pay the costs to move shipments and employ the services of the various members of the worldwide air cargo logistics industry.
The two fundamental building blocks for the new environment are Cargo Community Systems (CCS) and Data and Logistics Corridors. Whether it is a shipment or an individual stock keeping unit (SKU), beneficial cargo owners expect complete transparent information about their shipments door-to-door, in real time.
Making the transition from the legacy structure and relationship requires a new attitude and a new commitment and broad experience. Bringing all of the parties together, developing the relationships, and building the trust and needed systems requires a unique set of skills, expertise and experience which SASI can provide.