Mumbai Bags ‘Cargo Airport Of The Year’ Award

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Mumbai Bags ‘Cargo Airport Of The Year’ Award

5th Recognition In A Row For CSMIA

Connecting to over 500 cargo destinations in pre-pandemic, CSMIA's cargo facility is a major gateway for pharmaceuticals, perishables, automobiles and engineering goods to India

MUMBAI, June 2 (The CONNECT) - Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has won the title of ‘Cargo Airport of the Year-Region India’ for excellence in Air Cargo for the fifth  time in a row at the  Air Cargo India 2022 Exhibition & Conference. The award comes as a recognition for the superior cargo capabilities demonstrated by CSMIA with its consistent efforts towards the adoption of innovations in air cargo processing, creating an efficient digital ecosystem and building a robust infrastructure to support the seamless movement of goods.

Manoj Singh, Senior Vice President & Head, MIAL Cargo, received the award on behalf of CSMIA and expressed his gratitude for the recognition.

Connecting to over 500 cargo destinations in pre-pandemic, CSMIA's cargo facility is a major gateway for pharmaceuticals, perishables, automobiles and

The Award Winning Team

engineering goods to India. CSMIA’s advanced cargo infrastructure ensures it stays ahead of the global players in air freight supply chain operations and continues to rapidly improve on the existing structures. From receiving India’s 1st and Asia’s 3rd IATA CEIV Pharma accreditation to housing the World’s largest airport-based facilities, Export Cold Zone – Pharma & Agro Excellence Centre, Import Pharma Cold Zone, Export Heavy & Bonded Cargo Terminal and Pharma Cooltainer, CSMIA has built an infrastructure with the potential to meet the ever-increasing demands for cargo movements. Moreover, CSMIA’s digital ecosystem is designed to facilitate paperless transactions, faster clearances, and a reduction in processing time. The e-Freight initiatives like e-CSD, Slot Management, Online Delivery Order (Master and Consol), Import Digital Docket Delivery and Payment Gateway revolutionised the cargo operations. Whereas, with Mumbai Airport’s Air Cargo Management System, called ‘AMAX’, focusing on digitally connecting all the air cargo stakeholders and allied agencies, thus driving digitalization to make air cargo processing much easier, agile and cost effective.

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