Schiphol promises a digital future as it takes full ownership of Cargonaut

Royal Schiphol Group has acquired additional shares in community system Cargonaut and the Dutch airport owner now has full ownership of the company. It says it will now renew Cargonaut’s port community system, incorporating suggestions from its users. Modernisation will take place over the next two years, with all current services and processes remaining as they are until the new IT system is fully operational. Cargonaut’s interim chief executive officer, Jonas van ... [+]

Schiphol to get IT modernisation money

Schiphol Airport is to modernise its Cargonaut community information platform, with an investment of around €2 million Euros. Half of this sum will come in the form of a grant from Top Sector Logistics – a co-operation between businesses, research institutes and Government - with the remainder will be ... [+]

Speeding through Schiphol

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo has joined forces with Rhenus and Cargonaut to launch e-Fast Delivery. Since 13 May, truck drivers have been able to deliver air cargo directly to designated loading docks at Schiphol airport without first stopping at the documentation desk, with the new system sending an ... [+]

Dutch pact to sort out supply chain

Schiphol Cargo, Cargonaut, KLM Cargo and Air Cargo Netherlands, along with a broad spectrum of other Dutch business and government, have signed a covenant on information exchange between parties in the logistics chain. The Neutral Logistics Information Platform (NLIP) is being developed to give the Dutch logistics sector a competitive advantage ... [+]

Cakes and flowers to mark first e-freight shipments

Schiphol Cargo, IATA and China’s Central Customs Department will exchange mooncakes - a traditional delicacy and Dutch flowers to mark the first e-freight shipments between China and Amsterdam on 1 October, which is also China's National Day. It follows a visit to Schiphol by a delegation of high-ranking officials from ... [+]

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