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CargoLogic Germany selects eMRO

20/02/2019

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CargoLogic Germany selects eMRO

MIAMI, February 20, 2019 –  CargoLogic Germany (CLG), the Volga-Dnepr Group’s (VDG) newest affiliate carrier is prepared to take delivery of three converted Boeing 737-400 freighters for its Leipzig-based startup. The cargo airline will follow the business model of VDG’s first partner airline, the UK-registered CargoLogicAir (CLA). CLG will focus on express and e-commerce traffic in central and Western Europe and will increase its fleet size as the demand dictates. “This is a market niche we believe is very interesting and growing, and that’s the long term vision,” said Robert van de Weg, VDG’s VP Marketing and Sales.

Understanding the importance of a stream-lined maintenance operation for the anticipated future growth and opportunity, CLG selected the TRAX eMRO cloud-based solution to manage its fleet. eMRO is a web-based, device-agnostic ERP product that will keep its users connected from where ever they work. eMRO is a complete system with complete information flow. The numerous system modules cover technical, maintenance, materials, financial, and quality management to help reduce downtime, provide access to real-time data, and ensure full regulatory compliance. 

As a new operation using leading edge software, CLG will be well-positioned for building an efficient and productive operation.