GVK MIAL launches a cargo app
The mobile app will enable end-to-end tracking of shipment and help all in planning their resources.
Mumbai International Airport Private Limited (MIAL) has launched a mobile app for cargo operations at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA). The app will include several new features in addition to all the important functionalities of GVK’s air cargo community portal GMAX, which has been operational since December 2013.
The app will offer different levels of authorised access to the cargo terminal operators, customs, customs brokers, airline, freight forwarder, shipper/consignees and other statutory bodies, thereby affording greater visibility into cargo operations and tangible cost and resource benefits at every stage.
The app enables: Export general manifest (EGM) tracking, which can expedite the export incentive realisation process Complete visibility of vehicles/ shipment within cargo terminal Detailed tracking up to the destination, along with filing of mandatory regulatory documents at the destination airport
“GVK MIAL is the largest air cargo airport in India, contributing around 33 per cent of international cargo volume. It became the first airport in the world to introduce and implement an airport cargo community platform when it launched GMAX in 2013.
GMAX was developed jointly by MIAL and Kale Logistics Solutions, who are now working with the trade fraternity to improve the app and enhance its capabilities further,” informs, Manoj Singh, Vice President, MIAL.
GMAX was developed jointly by MIAL and Kale Logistics Solutions and they are now working with the trade fraternity
to improve the app
“Air cargo operations in the country are growing year on year. The launch of the GMAX portal and the GMAX mobile app have come at a time when the Government of India has been advocating the need for a Digital India,” he adds.
The app can be accessed from Google Play Store in all android compatible mobile phones.