A road feeder service company has called for greater digital cooperation between airport stakeholders in a bid to reduce congestion and improve efficiencies.
Dutch tucking company Jan de Rijk said “sharing data is the only way forward” to cut congestion, which is currently problematic at airports all around the world.
“Our biggest challenge boils down to the waiting hours spent at cargo handling facilities, caused by lack of communication and transparency,” explained …
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Source: The Loadstar