Thursday 17th Aug 2017 - Logistics & Supply Chain

United Airlines moves to mercator cargo system

United Airlines has migrated its cargo logistics and revenue accounting to mercator’s SkyChain and RAPID Cargo systems.

The airline expects to save millions of dollars in operational costs. The system replaces 20 legacy systems and is expected to handle more than two million bookings and 1.5 million air waybills a year on more than 6,000 daily flights.

mercator, part of the Emirates Group, is a provider of business technology solutions and services to the global airline industry.

“Managing our cargo operations and revenue accounting with the proven, industry-leading SkyChain and RAPID platforms transformed our technology from outdated to next-generation in a single step,” said Robbie Anderson, president of United Cargo.

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