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IATA WCS: Jettainer and DoKaSch sign ULD repair agreement

IATA WCS: Jettainer and DoKaSch sign ULD repair agreement

Jettainer and DoKaSch have signed an agreement to improve the processes for repairing unit load devices (ULD).

The companies signed the agreement at the International Air Transport Association (IATA) World Cargo Symposium in Berlin on 15 March on Jettainer’s stand. The agreement is designed to speed up repair procedures between the two companies.

Jettainer and DoKaSch say this will be achieved by improving IT systems by processing ULD enquiries in real time and analysing data to recognise patterns such as damage, helping make improvements. DoKaSch has also been awarded the Jettainer ‘Certified Repair Partner’ quality seal, proving it complies with quality guidelines.

Jettainer managing director, Carsten Hernig says: “It’s our aspiration to continue developing both the ULDs themselves and all the management processes too. These constant innovations are an essential component in our corporate philosophy, because they enable us to offer the best product in the market place in terms of quality and efficiency.”

DoKaSch manager of standard ULD business unit within the corporate group, Marcus Franke says: “This confirms our high-quality and efficient MRO services, which we’ve been providing for our customers for a long time, particularly at Frankfurt Airport.”

“These business relationships founded on trust provide the basis for us to be able to constantly make further developments to our products as a production company for the benefit of our customers.”

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