Saudi Arabian Airlines and Saudia Cargo will embark on the next phase of their collaboration with Unilode by embarking on a digitalisation journey.
The flag carrier of Saudi Arabia awarded the management of their containers and pallets to Unilode Aviation Solutions in 2016, with operations commencing in 2017, which including opening a ULD repair station in Jeddah.
To continue the journey, Unilode will be rolling out its state-of-the-art ULD digitalisation programme, saying this will give Saudia a competitive advantage by offering value-added services to customers.
Jaan Albrecht, CEO of Saudi Arabian Airlines says: “Unilode has already demonstrated its expertise and flexibility to supply the right assets to meet Saudia’s ULD needs, and the digitalisation programme will help gain more control, make certain manual tasks redundant and ultimately ensure that we keep up with the continued growth that our airline is seeing year on year.”
Omar Hariri, CEO of Saudia Cargo adds: “The full digitalisation of our ULD fleet by Unilode will enable us to achieve just that, allowing us to have better quality assurance, more insights and greater visibility throughout our network, which will develop our cargo capabilities.”
Benoit Dumont, CEO of Unilode says: “Unilode is committed to providing breakthrough innovative solutions to its customers, which can help them enhance their operations and keep their business one step ahead of the competition.”