14-Mar-2019 Source: Sterling Global Aviation Logistics
Sterling has launched a new version of QuickOnline Mobile App Technology, a customer- centric tool built specifically for the aviation industry. QuickOnline provides real-time data tracking tools so that stakeholders in the supply chain can obtain immediate status updates throughout the transport of critical AOG parts, giving them the ability to immediately schedule repairs or maintenance of grounded aircraft.
Sterling’s Mobile App provides real-time tracking capabilities with status history detailing shipment movement and customized notifications for each shipment milestone. Critical details such as package contents and dimensions, special instructions, flight status, transit time and proof of delivery can be accessed from anywhere using their smartphone. The QuickOnline platform can assist with supply chain planning to include:
Placing a new order from anywhere
Getting real-time information on a shipment and review current shipments in transit
View shipment details such as package content sand dimensions, collection details, special instructions, flight status, transit time, status history and proof of delivery
Customize push notifications shipment alerts
Auto Dialer feature which connects to the Control Tower handling client’s shipments
Helicopters have the capability to provide vital transportation services for search and rescue, emergency medical services, military, law enforcement, and firefighting missions, as well as critical services for offshore oil and gas, utilities, and private business needs. Often these missions are in remote areas or places in the world with an underdeveloped network
Sterling’s global network and AOG experience provide the helicopter industry with priority delivery of everything a helicopter aircraft might need to keep it flying, either on the same day or next day. Whether oversized and heavy freight, to urgent aircraft parts of any size for a grounded helicopter or maintenance checks, Sterling’s aviation logistics specialists can arrange for a charter aircraft, priority freight, hand-carry, or next flight out or next drive out to anywhere in the world, within minutes.
“Sterling’s latest version of QuickOnline Mobile App is a key tool for managing the aviation logistics supply chain, whether dealing with critical AOGs, ordering parts for inventory, or scheduling maintenance checks,” says Robert BroderickSenior Vice President Business Development, Sterling Global Aviation Logistics.