Updates from IATA which may well be of interest to my readers. Enjoy and feedback as usual is very much appreciated.
The IATA newsletter for the air freight community!
EU Customs: Making a Difference to Modern Trade?
IATA and six other leading trade associations called on EU institutions to enhance the competitiveness of business and boost trade through more coordinated border management, additional benefits for economic operators and a harmonized implementation of the new European Customs Code (UCC) among the EU’s Member States. Read more about the outcomes of the conference co-organized by IATA…
Post e-Cargo Conference and Cargo-XML Workshop
From 13-15 September, over 180 participants from across the air cargo supply chain attended the 5th IATA e-Cargo Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Read about what happened… The upcoming IATA Cargo Handling Manual
Cargo handling is an important component of the air cargo supply chain and is performed at thousands of airports all over the world by hundreds of different sized handlers. ?Find out about the new and upcoming IATA Cargo Handling Manual. Read more…
e-AWB reaches 40%
In August 2016, e-AWB has reached 40%. How is eAWB360 progressing around the world? Find out more…
CSC Resolution Manual, effective 1 October 2016!
The Cargo Services Conference (CSC) is responsible for the development and maintenance of standards for cargo industry procedures. The Cargo Services Resolution Manual (CSCRM) includes all amendments adopted at the 38th Cargo Services Conference held in March 2016.
The CSC Resolutions and Recommended Practices cover topics covering the broad cargo services issues and form the basis for many other standards including cargo handling, documentation, procedures, rules and regulations, ULD control, ULD technical specifications, dangerous goods regulations, live animals and perishables regulations, and automation standards Exchange industry information.
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