Dangerous Goods

Time:matters goes global with DG service

By Damian Brett

Time-critical logistics firm time:matters is now offering its dangerous goods transport service across the globe. The company initially launched its…

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BCUBE adopts IATA’s DG Autocheck solution

By Damian Brett

Cargo handler BCUBE Air Cargo has adopted the IATA Dangerous Goods (DG) AutoCheck solution to improve procedures around the handling…

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Lufthansa Cargo blacklisting move highlights the challenge of DG shipments

By Ian Putzger

OPINION: Lufthansa Cargo temporarily blacklisted a manufacturer and two forwarders following an incident at Hong Kong International Airport. The shipper…

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Time:matters expands dangerous goods services in ten markets

By Damian Brett

Time-critical logistics firm time:matters is now offering urgent transportation of dangerous goods. The expansion of services means that the company…

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Cutting the paper chain in dangerous goods declarations

Electronic-Dangerous Goods Declarations (e-DGDs) offer the prospect of shorter consignment cut-off times for shippers and of reducing the number of…

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Air France KLM Cargo signs up for IATA’s new DG AutoCheck

Air France KLM Cargo (AFKL Cargo) has become the first airline group to adopt IATA’s Dangerous Goods AutoCheck (DG AutoCheck)…

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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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GIV makes first eDGD declaration using Frankfurt’s INFr8

Germany-based dangerous goods specialist GIV has sent its first digital shipment declaration via the eDGD portal INFr8 at Frankfurt Airport….

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