Labgroup has managed an important archiving project for LuxairGroup, with great emphasis on speed, methodology and by creating a long term partnership.
LuxairGroup is composed of three main Business Lines: the Airline, the Tour Operator and the Cargo Handling. Luxair Airlines is the national airline of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Its European network has greatly contributed to creating Luxembourg’s advantageous position in the world of finance.
Luxembourg Airport is also positioned as the fifth largest European freight handling airport. Cargo Handling activities have been greatly enhanced in 2008, when the Cargo Center was expanded, enabling a further 200,000 tons of freight per year to pass through Luxembourg.
LuxairGroup had always stored their business documents on their own premises. In 2006, due to internal expansion, the building used for storing documents was scheduled for demolition creating an immediate problem of where to store their records. By outsourcing their requirements, LuxairGroup were looking for a company who could not only store their archives but who also had a proven document management methodology and who could provide value added advice when required. It was also important that the selected company could complete the project within the required time lines.
Labgroup’s experience and capability in handling document management projects was instrumental in its selection by LuxairGroup. Upon being awarded the contract, Labgroup assembled a dedicated team to ensure that LuxairGroup’s requirements met the agreed deadline.
Labgroup also provided LuxairGroup with the online document management application ArcStore 6. This enabled LuxairGroup to arrange all their deliveries and pickups from their desktop.
Labgroup’s dedicated team ensured that LuxairGroup archiving requirements were handled rapidly and efficiently. The proposed building work could continue as planned without any costly hold ups. LuxairGroup now view Labgoup as a partner who can advise and assist them with all their immediate and future document management requirements.