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MENA Cargo partners with Awery Aviation Software

MENA Cargo partners with Awery Aviation Software

MENA Cargo has partnered with Awery Aviation Software to streamline operations across its scheduled and charter services.

The Bahrain-headquartered air cargo airline will use Awery’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) product, as well as its CargoBooking tool.

Awery ERP is a web-based, customisable platform, which MENA Cargo will initially use for flight and crew operations, and charter sales management.

The CargoBooking tool delivers instant quotes, manages bookings, and has full Application Programming Interface (API) integration.

“We are confident that this is just the beginning of a really strong and successful partnership with MENA Cargo, and we are grateful for the opportunity,” said Vitaly Smilianets, founder and chief executive officer, Awery Aviation Software.

MENA Cargo provides scheduled as well as charter air cargo services across underserved markets in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

Its assets and operations are structured to afford maximum flexibility and agility at minimal costs.

“In creating a lean and efficient cargo airline with SMART technology at its core, it makes sense for us to collaborate with leading global suppliers of customisable aviation software,” said Peter Hewett, general manager, MENA Cargo.

“We believe that this partnership with Awery, who have the same mindset in business adaptability, will enable the realisation of our strategy to quickly scale, while remaining flexible in our operations and agile in our approach.”

Awery and MENA signed the deal at the Dubai Air Show in the United Arab Emirates last week, and MENA will be rolling out Awery solutions over coming months.


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