Crises Control, the business continuity platform and quality assurance tool, is exhibiting at the Air Cargo Handling Conference 2017, to be held at the Corinthia Hotel, Budapest from 19-21 September.
The airline industry is subject to a wide range of predictable events that have the potential to disrupt its smooth operations, including severe weather, industrial action and the security threat. When disruption events take place, air freight companies, ground handling agents and airport authorities, need to be able to respond quickly to alert and activate their response teams. They also need to keep their supply chain and customers informed.
Crises Control can equip air freight operators with the integrated communications platform needed to reach response teams, supply chains and customers. It is also a business continuity tool to handle any business disruption event and return to normal service. It can help to support quality assurance programmes through the delivery and tracking of operating instructions and automated performance reporting.
Worldwide Flight Services is one of the world’s leading ground handling organisations, providing high quality cargo, passenger, premium, ramp, baggage and technical services across a network spanning over 188 locations in more than 22 countries on five continents.
WFS chose the Crises Control incident management tool to help them be prepared to respond to the typical business disruption events that affect the air freight sector, such as security incidents, loss of power, loss of internet and severe weather. In a fast moving sector like air freight, it is vital that any disruption events are immediately addressed and smooth operations are resumed as quickly as possible.
The air freight industry has to comply with many different regulations that govern their activities and has a major challenge to maintain high quality standards throughout its operations. Saudia Cargo has selected Crises Control to be their partner for the Cargo Handling Programme, an industry leading quality assurance programme that extends to Saudia Cargo’s global network spanning 225 international and 26 domestic destinations.
Crises Control can support quality assurance programmes through the delivery and tracking of documented operating instructions and automated performance reporting. Its Task Manager function can be used to create and assign tasks, and track their completion.
We will be exhibiting at Stand 16 at the AHC Conference. Please come and meet us and get a demo of our leading edge platform.