Ground Handling Firm to Use a Blockchain Document Solution at 28 Saudi Airports
The Kingdom of Saudi-based airport ground handling company, Saudi Ground Services, said it plans to implement a blockchain-based document solution that will allow it to “issue more than 10,000 digital documents annually, including licenses.” According to the firm’s Ayman Algamdi, using the solution allows SGS not only to easily verify documents and licenses, but also to improve the customer experience.
Overcoming the problem of document verification
Saudi Ground Services (SGS), an airport ground handling company in Saudi Arabia, recently said it plans to implement a blockchain document solution at 28 airports across Saudi Arabia. IN statement Co-launched with Saudi innovation company IR4LAB, SGS said the solution, known as the Doc Certs blockchain management solution, will enable it to “issue more than 10,000 digital documents annually, including licenses.”
Commenting on the ground handling company’s plans to use a solution to overcome the global document verification challenge, Ayman Alghamdi, Vice President of Human Resources at SGS, described the announcement of the agreement as a historic moment for the aviation industry.
“We are thrilled to announce this groundbreaking solution at LEAP 2023. This is a historic moment and the first initiative of its kind in the aviation industry. SGS serves over 88 million passengers on 690,000 flights per year,” Algamdi said.
Algamdi added that the use of the blockchain solution at Saudi Arabian airports will allow SGS not only to easily verify documents and licenses, but also improve the customer experience.
Collaboration between blockchain startups and established companies
For his part, Majd Jamal Alafifi, co-founder and CEO of IR4LAB, described the agreement with SGS as an example of what he called a “fruitful collaboration” between blockchain startups and established local firms “in the adoption of new technologies such as blockchain.” “.
The CEO said he hopes IR4LAB, which is described as “Saudi oil giant Aramco’s first investment in blockchain technology in Saudi Arabia,” will secure similar agreements with other local companies.
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