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Qatar Cargo continues lithium battery safety focus with CEIV standard

By Damian Brett

Qatar Cargo and handler Qatar Aviation Services have gained IATA CEIV Lithium Battery (CEIV Li-batt) certification in a bid to…

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HAFFA gets dangerous goods training go ahead

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The Hong Kong Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistics (HAFFA) said it has become the first and only trade association…

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DHL Global Forwarding first to achieve IATA CEIV Lithium Batteries in the UK

DHL Global Forwarding is the first organization in the UK to be certified as an IATA Center of Excellence for…

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Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals gains IATA’s CEIV Lithium Batteries accreditation

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Handler Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) has successfully obtained accreditation under IATA’s CEIV Lithium Batteries (Li-batt) standard. Hactl…

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IATA WCS: take action to drive change

By Rebecca Jeffrey

The take home message from the IATA World Cargo Symposium (WCS) was clear – the industry has the tools to…

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SATS first ground handler to achieve IATA lithium battery certification

Singapore-based SATS has become the first cargo ground handler to gain IATA’s Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators Lithium Batteries’…

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Survey highlights challenges facing Dangerous Goods transport by air

Greater process consistency, increased automation and more reliable data are required to maintain the safe and secure transport of dangerous…

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LATAM Cargo first airline to be CEIV Lithium Battery certified

LATAM Cargo is the world’s first airline to receive IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Lithium Battery certification….

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CEVA Logistics expands global air capacity

CEVA Logistics has expanded its owned and controlled SKYCAPACITY program and added five more stations to its network of airfreight…

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Air cargo priorities: sustainability, modernisation, safety and people

IATA highlighted sustainability, modernisation, safety and people as four priorities to build resilience and strengthen air cargo’s post-pandemic prospects. Outlined…

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