Hermes leading growth
This year’s IATA World Cargo Symposium (WCS) in Singapore created a productive opportunity to speak to some of you, gain feedback and expert insights into the air cargo industry.
It was particularly interesting to attend talks about e-commerce and the shifts in volume from traditional large air cargo shipments to small airmail packages.
It appears that the shift in consumer behaviour will continue to drive the need for highly efficient air cargo handling as incumbents like Alibaba and Amazon continue to redefine the fulfilment standards.
As the air cargo industry evolves, Hermes evolves with it, continuing to develop new technologies and solutions, and growing our company.
We are approaching the test date of our first Hermes NG apps with a European customer later this month and will be releasing news about LUG Hamburg’s adoption of Hermes 5 in the near future.
In January’s newsletter we mentioned some of the new members of staff who joined our UK office to work on Hermes NG, and now we are pleased to announce that our India office has grown in size and continues to do so.
To find out more about all of Hermes’ newest team members, click here.
In this month’s newsletter, Jacek Lechocki, Head of Products and Services, writes about how training a good champions team is vital in the implementation process, and provides some insights into key considerations that have to be taken into account when moving to Hermes’ cargo management systems.
Click here to read.