Kale, IATA to deliver e-freight to India

By : |December 6, 2006 0

MUMBAI: Kale Consultants, a provider of software solutions and outsourced services to the Travel and Transportation industry, and IATA (the International Air Transport Association), announced that it would be working together to promote e-freight in India.

Kale would act as the Nodal agency to coordinate activities required to implement e-freight in India.

Kale also said in a statement that it would host a conference in early 2007, supported by IATA, to bring together representatives from IATA, the Indian Government, Indian Customs, major airlines, freight forwarders, shippers and others.

This would provide the springboard from which India could commence the required preparatory work to become e-freight enabled within the next three years.

IATA e-freight was one of the five global initiatives being undertaken under the ‘Simplify the Business’ programme. Kale as an StB partner, would support IATA in that endeavor and would work alongside IATA to help bring India to a paper-free environment, the statement added.

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