Kale Logistics Solutions, a trusted IT Logistics partner for Fortune 500 companies worldwide, was conferred with the IT Systems Provider of the Year in India at the coveted STAT Times International Awards organized as a part of the recently concluded Air Cargo India 2020 at Mumbai.
STAT Times International Awards is an initiative by STAT Media Group to promote excellence in the Air Cargo industry. This is an annual event that sees a confluence of air cargo professionals across the globe.
Kale Logistics Solutions (Kale) is a pioneer in creating transformational IT systems for the air cargo industry for more than a decade. After receiving United Nations awards for creating some of the most comprehensive and value-driving cargo community systems including world’s first next-generation airport cargo community system at Mumbai and then creating North America’s first airport cargo community system at Atlanta airport, Kale is in the process of developing some pioneering logistics solutions that would further facilitate trade. s. The award recognizes Kale’s contribution to the Air Cargo Industry.
Kale is also the pioneer in setting up the first blockchain-powered digital trade corridor between Mumbai, India and Amsterdam, Netherlands. The company is on the accelerated path to catalyze Trade Facilitation, empower ease of doing business, and enable trade through paperless supply chain transactions globally.
Similarly, Kale is also a market leader in developing a comprehensive and integrated cargo handling system – GALAXY. It is currently live at more than 80 airports across the world and covers entire operations of import, export, and transit.
“Kale has been on an award-winning spree since the beginning of 2020. This is a positive sign that the industry has welcomed our solutions widely. This is also opening up new avenues and opportunities for us to grow as we get to raise our stakes high. We have more ambitious projects coming up in the following days and we believe that could help air cargo stakeholders overcome all the challenges and have simplified operations, “said Amar More, CEO, Kale Logistics Solutions.