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Some 40% of shippers unaware of dangerous goods regulations

A large number of shippers, some 40%, admitted to being unaware of the dangerous goods regulations governing airfreight. That statistic,…

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First companies awarded IATA Fresh certification

The first companies have passed IATA’s CEIV Fresh certification programme for the handling of perishable cargo. At the IATA World…

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IATA downgrades air cargo growth forecast to 2%

IATA has slashed its outlook for cargo growth over the coming 12 months as the US-China tariff dispute took more…

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Only connect: Supply chain collaboration call at WCS

Greater digital collaboration across air cargo’s supply chain and a need to speed up the digitisation process were two key…

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IATA sets three priorities at WCS opening

IATA has called on governments and the air cargo industry to focus on three priorities to accommodate the expanding demand…

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Unisys calls for real time data to increase visibility and security

The air cargo industry needs to make three fundamental changes to modernise cargo management while increasing security of data and…

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All the latest news from IATA’s World Cargo Symposium 2019

As the global airfreight industry gathers in Singapore for IATA’s World Cargo Symposium 2019 (WCS19), the Air Cargo News editorial…

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Air cargo demand at three year low in January

Air cargo suffered its worst January in three years as the industry continues to face “significant headwinds”. Figures from IATA…

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Panalpina subscribes globally to digital IATA manuals

Panalpina has become the first freight forwarder to subscribe globally to IATA’s digital manuals. As a result, its airfreight specialists…

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IATA announces finalists for 2019 cargo innovation awards

IATA has confirmed the finalists for its 2019 Air Cargo Innovation Awards, the original 56 ideas having been whittled down…

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