Hactl hosts Russian fact-finding mission
A Russian delegation comprising Government authorities and leading airlines and airports has visited Hactl SuperTerminal 1 – the largest air cargo handling facility in the world - as the highlight of a fact-finding mission to explore latest developments and best practice in air cargo processing.
The mission included 25 delegates from the Ministry of Transport, Federal Customs Service, Federal Agency for the Development of State Border Facilities, Federal Air Transport Agency of the
The visit to Hactl and
The visit to Hactl included a tour of the giant facility, and focused on Hactl’s enhanced e-Freight capabilities within its recently-launched HK$240million (USD31million/EUR22million/GBP19million) COSAC-Plus operating system. Delegates also investigated the airport’s layout, its role within the local airfreight community, cargo infrastructure needs, competition in ground handling, and how
ICCA President, Dr. Rano Dzhuraeva, says: “For more than 10 years,
“It is very important for us to see all details of e-Freight experience and practice in Hactl because the first test transit flights in a frame of the Pilot Project will be provided by Aeroflot from Hong Kong via
Hactl’s MD, Mark Whitehead, adds: “We are flattered that our friends from Russia spent so much time looking at the Hactl operation and seeking our guidance, and we hope that this visit has given them a clearer insight into the most effective ways of developing their air cargo infrastructure so that Russia can play an integral role in the global industry.”