Menzies Aviation and Wipro have launched the new Menzies Aviation Cargo Handling (MACH) cargo management system

Following the launch of Menzies’ cargo operation at Bucharest Otopeni Airport (OTP) in Romania, the MACH system will be deployed initially at ten air cargo locations, with plans to implement the system across Menzies’ global network by the end of 2024.

The partnership between Menzies Aviation and Wipro has combined Menzies’ expertise in air cargo operations with Wipro’s technology capabilities.

MACH represents a significant enhancement on Menzies’ current cargo management system, boasting a modern user interface (UI) with easy-to-use navigation, making it exceptionally user friendly for all stakeholders, the partners said. Its cloud-based architecture ensures accessibility from anywhere, anytime and on any device, providing real-time insights and data.

Operating from a ‘single source of truth,’ MACH seamlessly integrates with other systems, helping to simplify and standardise all processes. An integral part of the cargo management ecosystem, it improves data accuracy as all electronic information is populated automatically across the system.

MACH’s drive to standardise is matched by its ability to generate bespoke solutions where necessary. The system can create and automate checklists for specific tasks, while tailored employee development pathways mean that warehouse staff only ever receive training relevant to their roles.

Menzies will roll out MACH at Macau in China; Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland in New Zealand; Sangster International and Kingston Jamaica in Jamaica; Ontario, Vancouver, Calgary in the Americas; and Amman in MEAA – by the end of Q1 2024.

The MACH system will initially be deployed at ten airports
The MACH system will initially be deployed at ten airports Menzies Aviation