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Air cargo should move beyond peer-to-peer data sharing

Air cargo needs to begin the process of moving beyond peer-to-peer data sharing to multi-user systems. Speaking during a session…

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Call for harmonisation of air cargo screening device requirements

The air cargo industry would like to see greater harmonisation of rules and regulations around air cargo scanning devices to…

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Call for data-sharing to speed up e-commerce

A senior manager at Alibaba’s logistics subsidiary has called for greater data-sharing among airfreight stakeholders, while an official at the…

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IATA e-DGD: “a powerful step forward”

IATA has adopted e-Dangerous Goods Declaration (e-DGD) standards at the World Cargo Symposium taking place in Dallas, Texas on March…

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SkyCargo latest to receive Cargo iQ certification

Hot on the heels of the IATA Cargo iQ certifications awarded on March 13 (to Menzies Aviation, Qatar Airways Cargo…

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‘Giant step forward’ for dangerous goods compliance

IATA has launched a new digital solution, Dangerous Goods AutoCheck (DG AutoCheck), that allows the air cargo supply chain to…

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Air cargo told to step up its perishables performance

Air cargo must improve its performance if it wants to take advantage of the growing perishables market and avoid losing…

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Schiphol data sharing platform blooms

As part of its Smart Cargo Mainport Program (SCMP), Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is now linking critical flower shipment data to…

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CITES calls for continued effort from air cargo to reduce illegal wildlife trade

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) has called on the air cargo…

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IATA updates on key projects and outlines protectionism concerns

IATA has outlined its concerns over potential protectionist measures, while also updating the industry on several key projects. Speaking at…

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