Solutions announced that Adani Airports has implemented its airport cargo
handling system - GALAXY in various airports across India where it won the
mandate to operate.
The Adani Group operates six Indian airports
The Adani Group
forayed into the airport sector in 2019 and won the mandate to modernize and
operate six Indian airports – Ahmedabad, Lucknow, Mangaluru, Jaipur, Guwahati
and Thiruvananthapuram. The company is also in the final stages of acquiring
majority stakes in the Mumbai International Airport (MIAL) which makes it the
largest operator in terms of the number of airports managed with a combined
capacity of catering to approximately 75 million passengers per annum (MPAs).
The cloud-based GALAXY is a holistic cargo handling software
GALAXY is a holistic cargo handling software covering operations for import,
export and transit. “With GALAXY, users can experience complete automation,
clear visibility, control, collaboration, and seamless integration within the
stakeholder network. It is used at 80+ airports in the USA, Europe, Middle
East, Africa, and India,” said the release.
Amar More, CEO of
Kale Logistics Solutions said, “It’s a privilege to partner with the
sought-after global conglomerate like Adani. GALAXY today digitizes more than
80 percent of India’s air cargo and over 80 cargo terminals globally. This
project was a challenging one with the system to be implemented across two
airports within 2 months.”
Handlers and airports are investing in IT infrastructure automation to
enhance customer experience
airports are investing in IT infrastructure automation to enhance customer
experience, build operational resilience and reapportion talent from routine
support tasks to higher-value activities around transformation and innovation.
GALAXY is the perfect fit for this requirement. It leverages technology and
cloud to create intelligent IT infrastructure, helping enterprises strengthen
the digital core,” he added.