Menzies Aviation goes live with MACH in Bucharest

Cargo UK & Europe
Menzies Aviation and Wipro have gone live with the Menzies Aviation Cargo Handling (MACH) cargo management system in Bucharest.

The system has been launched at Bucharest Otopeni Airport with Menzies saying MACH represents a significant enhancement over its current management system.

MACH has a modern user interface (UI) with easy to use navigation, and its cloud-based makes it accessible from anywhere, anytime on any device, providing real-time insights and data.

Operating as a single source of truth, MACH seamlessly integrates with other systems helping to simplify and standardise processes.

It improves data accuracy as electronic information is populated across the system.

The system can create and automate checklists for specific tasks and tailored employee development pathways mean warehouse staff only receive training relevant to their roles.

Beau Paine, Global Head of Cargo at Menzies Aviation, said: “We are excited to embark on the journey to deliver MACH to our customers in Bucharest. It is said, technology is best when it brings people together and we are very proud of the accomplishments of our team and Wipro over the last 12 months. We can’t wait to accelerate the implementation plan in continuing to roll out MACH across the wider network in the months to come.”

Subha Tatavarti, Chief Technology Officer of Wipro Limited, added: “In partnership with Menzies, we built a modern, scalable solution that will not only cater to one of the world’s leading cargo handlers, but will open the door to building an industry-changing aviation platform. We look forward to our continued success with Menzies.”

Menzies will roll out MACH in Macau in China; Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland in New Zealand; Sangster and Kingston in Jamaica; Ontario, Vancouver and Calgary in Canada; and Amman in Jordan by the end of Q1 2024 and Menzies plans to implement MACH across its global network by the end of the year.

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