Wingstars: Canada’s newest de-icing services provider

An organisation dedicated to providing de-icing with a new, refreshing approach to this mission-critical task, this Canadian aviation service says that it will be introducing the concepts of transparency, budget certainty and mutual respect to the operation.

Officially launched on December 1, Wingstars executives are confident that the Canadian aviation market needs and is ready for a de-icing services provider who takes safety, performance, and consistency very seriously, whilst addressing environmental concerns at the same time. Gary Ogden

“After months of planning, we’re thrilled to finally bring our vision to life with the official launch of our company,” commented Gary Ogden, Managing Director of Wingstars. “Wingstars will offer its partners a unique experience in every way. Utilising our expertise from the industry, we can improve models that have been tried and tested, enhance data sharing and lead innovation, all while ensuring peak safety practices.”

“At Wingstars, sustainability is one of our core values. We realised, from the outset, that it takes a long-term perspective: focusing on anticipating future events, being agile, proactive, and adapting to changes in both the present and future. A sustainable company, in our opinion, manages its human, natural, and financial capital to meet current needs, while ensuring that adequate resources are available for future generations.”

Digital moves at Dallas Fort Worth

Dallas Fort Worth airport is using Nallian’s cloud-based data sharing platform for cargo customers, allowing seamless transactions across the supply chain. Over time, this will include freight forwarders, shippers, ground handling agents, 3PLs, airlines, Customs and Border Protection as well as trucking companies, empowering them to co-ordinate their cross-company processes.
“DFW airport continues to focus and invest in our cargo business. This new platform makes processing cargo through DFW more efficient by providing accurate and timely information to our cargo community,” explained John Ackerman, Executive Vice President of Global Strategy and Development at the airport. “We are excited to work with Nallian and our international airport partners to offer this digital platform to our cargo and logistics customers.” DFW nallian
Jean Verheyen, CEO at Nallian, added: “We are honoured to work with DFW airport who is committed to raising the bar for innovation and excellence in air cargo. With Nallian’s mission in mind – to make the world operate as one – we are thrilled to see how our infrastructure also empowers forward-thinking airports such as DFW and their partners to leverage the power of digitization on a global level.”
This new application-based technology will reduce the amount of time and paperwork required for cargo shipments coming through the airport and is part of the airport’s digital transformation strategy.