Thursday, May 23, 2024

AIS users work with CCS-UK for automatic updates

Two users of the Advance Information System (AIS) module are working with CCS-UK and CCS-UK User Group to provide forwarders and hauliers with automatic status updates. Handling agents dnata and ASC can provide agents and hauliers at Heathrow Airport delivering or collecting cargo with regular updates direct into their system or via the AIS portal. […]

Seminars help reduce congestion at Heathrow

CCS-UK User Group is hosting seminars to showcase its solution for streamlining airfreight collection and deliveries at Heathrow Airport’s cargo terminals. Advance Information System (AIS) has been operational for over a year among airfreight agents and hauliers and a major cargo handler. The system has reduced the time taken to process trucks either delivering or […]

AIS reduces delays for air cargo at Heathrow

CCS-UK User Group’s Advance Information System (AIS) module is transforming air cargo deliveries at Heathrow Airport and reducing trucking delays. Peak-time delays at Heathrow’s cargo terminal are well-documented with a lack of on-airport parking, narrow approach roads and tight manoeuvring space leading to long queues backing up onto the perimeter road. Two years ago, the […]

CCS-UK module upgrade speeds up airfreight handling

CCS-UK User Group is working on a new module to speed up deliveries to, and collections from transit sheds at Heathrow Airport. The module – CCS-UK Advanced Info – will enable freight agents and transport companies working on their behalf, to pre-alert handling agents of loads being delivered, down to House AWB level, and submit […]

CCS-UK Fallback ready to keep UK air cargo moving

A new electronic fallback system to prevent a meltdown in the UK’s air cargo industry in the event of a prolonged outage of HMRC’s CHIEF system is ready for use having received formal approval. ‘CCS-UK Fallback’ will allow authorised traders to continue processing Customs export declarations in the event of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs’ […]