Power Stow named Southwest Airlines’ Equipment Provider of the Year

The award was presented to Power Stow in recognition of meeting Southwest Airlines’ expectations for on time deliveries, equipment reliability, customer service, parts support and training.

(L to r) Larry Laney, Director of Ground Support, Southwest Airlines and Ben Reeves, Vice President, Power Stow Americas

(L to r) Larry Laney, Director of Ground Support, Southwest Airlines and Ben Reeves, Vice President, Power Stow

Power Stow also received the award in 2015.

Ben Reeves, Vice President of Power Stow Americas, commented on the award. “My co-workers and I are very honoured to be recognised by Southwest Airlines. We strive every day to provide a highly reliable product on time with World Class customer service. We truly appreciate the relationship that we have with the folks at Southwest GSE.”

Larry Laney, Director of Ground Support for Southwest Airlines, said: “From proof of concept to the decision of making Power Stow a standard piece of equipment in our fleet, the Power Stow Team has done an outstanding job throughout the entire process. As a result of their outstanding performance in 2017, we at Southwest are honoured to present this award to Power Stow again.”

Santiago to benefit from new cargo management system

Hermes Logistics Technologies has been selected as the new cargo management systems provider for UASL, to maximise its air cargo handling and documentation capabilities. Part of the Ultramar Group, Chile-headquartered UASL is a ground handler at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International airport and sister company of local cargo handling warehouses Depocargo and Teisa.

Hermes 5, the innovative new version of Hermes’ Cargo Management System and Hub Management System applications, is planned to be implemented at Santiago this year.

“The H5 implementation at UASL is a full Software as a Service implementation where UASL will benefit from a fast Cloud H5 deployment that could see the system live as early as the third quarter of 2018,” said Yuval Baruch, CEO of Hermes Logistics Technologies. Hermes in Santiago

“Once H5 is implemented at Santiago, UASL will have its own, fully integrated management tool that will interface with its local community and customers, allowing for smarter process flows, messaging compliance and more control over key areas such as Customs, service management and revenue accounting.

“We are delighted to have been selected by Chile’s leading logistics group, marking HLT’s further expansion into the South American market and look forward to support UASL’s and Ultramar’s expansion plans.” The Hermes implementation will offer UASL a single system that is configured to its needs and the changing requirements of its growing customer base.

Hermes commenced the global roll-out of H5 earlier this year with the implementation of its CMS at the ALS Cargo Terminal at Noi Bai International airport in Hanoi.