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RSAN to use Hermes 5 at Dubai cargo terminal

RSAN to use Hermes 5 at Dubai cargo terminal

RSA National (RSAN) has selected Hermes Logistics Technologies to provide its Cargo Management System for its air cargo terminal in Dubai.

Hermes will optimise cargo handling capabilities at the flagship Dubai World Central air cargo terminal, with Hermes 5 offering a contemporary user interface and experience through a cloud infrastructure.

Hermes Logistics Technologies chief executive officer, Yuval Baruch says: “This will be a full SaaS Hermes 5 implementation and we anticipate a quick implementation of fewer than three months from contract to go-live.

“We are particularly proud that RSA National selected Hermes after they identified our close fit to their vision and strategy as well as the high level of Hermes responsiveness.”

RSAN is a joint venture between National Air Cargo and RSA Global to offer multimodal supply chain services, particularly focused on the e-commerce, perishables, government, humanitarian and retail sectors.

H5 will provide RSAN with a fully integrated management tool that will interface with its local community and customers, allowing for smarter process flows and messaging compliance.

It will give RSAN more control over key areas such as customs, service management and revenue accounting, offering a single system configured to its needs and requirements of its customer base.

RSA Global co-founder and CEO, Abhishek Ajay Shah says: “Our steadfast goal is to steer our operations with utmost visibility and control, and to extend the same facility to our customers. We believe that Hermes’ CMS is the perfect tool for RSA National to realise this objective.”

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