Ostend-Bruges International Airport has equipped its cargo hub with a Nallian-powered Cargo Cloud.

The OST Cargo Cloud will enable a coordinated, digitalised approach to processes such as freight pick up and drop off and the inspection of perishable goods. It will also provide the airport operator with actionable insights into its end-to-end cargo streams. The digital approach will enable individual stakeholders to increase quality, visibility, and efficiency in their operations while increasing the attractiveness of the hub with reliable, transparent processes.

The Ostend-Bruges cargo hub is investing in digitisation to increase operational efficiency and visibility, improve customer service, and prepare for growth. The collaborative applications of Nallian's Cargo Cloud, among them Inspection Management, Truck Visit Management, Check-it, and Cargo Statistics, will enable the airport to streamline all actions related to truck visits, the inspection of perishable goods, and the execution of operational and compliance checks. At the same time, it will gain granular insights into its end-to-end cargo streams.

“We have an ambitious cargo community that strives to deliver first-in-class service. Nallian's Cargo Cloud is a robust platform that has proven its worth in many other cargo hubs,” said Eric Dumas, CEO of Ostend-Bruges International Airport.

“This digital tool will enable the airport to strengthen its attractiveness and further increase the speed of cargo handling, which is already one of its main differentiating assets. It completes the ambitious development project "Ostend Cargo Village", the first building phase of which is already underway.