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Kale Logistics Solutions will unveil the Booklet titled “Kale Shaping Sustainability” at Airports at Air Cargo Europe 2023

May 10, 2023

Kale Logistics Solutions, a global leader in IT solutions for the logistics industry, today released its study report on airport sustainability titled Kale Shaping Sustainability at Airports at the Air Cargo Europe (Transport Logistic) 2023 event in Munich, Germany. This is the first study by an organization that is committed to driving a sustainable future for the logistics industry.

Kale conducted an industry-wide study to understand the impact of technology on airports and their allied community sustainability outcomes. The global study measured improvements at airport level on operational efficiency, visibility, truck congestion, carbon emissions, and physical paper utility.

As per the report, technology can save $9 billion for the industry with approximately 16,000 gallons of carbon emissions being cut per airport. Cargo Community platforms have the potential to save 2000-3000 gallons of fuel being saved with lower truck wait times annually at an airport and a hector of forest saved every year with paperless operations.

Amar More, CEO and Co-Founder of Kale Logistics Solutions said, “Sustainability matters more than ever, our technology-enabled strategy is helping power the logistics industry to march forward on the path of sustainability.”

“The study’s promising outcome gives us hope that the industry is moving in the right direction. Some exciting facts mentioned in this report will surprise industry patrons and stakeholders. There is no other better platform than Messe München’s Air Cargo Europe to bring these findings out. Team Kale is excited to launch the valuable insights gathered from this study.”

It is a notable fact that Kale’s Cargo Community System, Cargo Management System, and other point solutions have delivered carbon-neutral operations across more than 100 airports and ports globally.

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