OnAsset does major digitisation deal with Unilode

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OnAsset Intelligence has signed the largest ULD digitisation contract in the airline industry with Unilode Aviation Solutions to digitise Unilode’s 125,000 unit load devices (ULDs).

“We are excited to be part of this step change in the industry,” says Adam Crossno, CEO of OnAsset. “Building upon our longstanding history of innovation in leading-edge aviation-compliant asset tracking and monitoring solutions, we are proud to be in partnership with Unilode as they create the industry’s largest fleet of digitised ULDs,” he says.

“With Unilode’s customer-centric focus on digital innovation, combined with OnAsset’s devices and cloud software, we are creating a new class of services that will help propel the aviation industry for years to come,” Crossno adds.

Benoit Dumont, CEO of Unilode Aviation Solutions comments: “Unilode has committed to fully digitising its fleet of ULDs to provide our customers the best solution in the industry. We’re going to change how the industry thinks of the ULD, and we intend to show the world the power of industrial IoT solutions deployed at scale. OnAsset is a great partner and we have a deep innovation roadmap to explore together.”

OnAsset provides a full suite of shipment and piece-level cargo tracking solutions, offering airlines, shippers and logistics providers a one-stop-shop for digital enablement. OnAsset’s products are in use globally in over 160 countries, offering complete supply chain visibility for all modes of transportation including land, sea and air.

Unilode Aviation Solutions – a provider of ULD management, maintenance and repair services – owns and manages what it says is the world’s largest outsourced fleet of approximately 125,000 unit load devices (ULDs), for use in the aviation industry, and owns the largest global network for the maintenance and repair of ULDs and galley carts.

Unilode focuses on the outsourced management, repair and digitisation solutions for aviation containers and pallets, and serves over 90 airlines through a network of more than 480 airports, 18 regional offices and 50 certified repair stations, supported by more than 650 colleagues.

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