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Dear Air Cargo Colleague,

In this issue of Cargo Tracker, you will find the latest news on the IATA Cargo agenda. We also alert our airline readers to the importance of allowing local forwarders to print AWBs on plain paper.

Finally, a new section, called "Offloading", appears in this edition of the Tracker newsletter . You are invited to offload your views on a subject of relevance to the air cargo industry. In this issue, it’s the environment.

Enjoy!

Aleks Popovich
Global Head of Cargo

Mark your calendars
IATA Cargo in Emerging Market Series – Eastern Europe 2007

18-19 September in Warsaw, Poland

This event covers the challenges and opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe and "go East" strategies for western European airlines.

2008 IATA World Cargo Symposium is in the works!

3-6 March 2008 in Rome, Italy

Focus on the Customer: the shippers’ needs in air cargo logistics.

Offloading
Share your views on the question below.

Click on one of the answers and send in your comments. We will communicate the results in our next edition of the Tracker.

"Environmental issues, particularly consumer perception of them, will impact Air Cargo business-volumes over the next two years..."


Why?



 

IATA e-freight: pilots approach completion of “proof of concept” phase

The e-freight pilot workgroup is advancing towards completion of the critical 'proof of concept' phase, which is forecast for beginning of June. Read More

 

MIP (Message Improvement Programme): participation and next steps

As a result of the recent IATA e-freight MIP campaign, we now have a total of 52 airlines waiting to participate in the programme. Read More

 

Cargo 2000: the IATA partnership continues to grow

Cargo 2000 is becoming a central pillar in IATA’s multi-faceted drive to improve the air cargo industry and simplify the business. Read More

 

The Air Cargo Security Industry Task Force takes shape

FIATA and IATA endorsed their co-leadership of the Global Air Cargo Security Industry Task Force during March, and press releases were made later that month. Read More

 

CASSlink: Import takes off

The CASSlink global data management system officially launched its first live Import operation – in the UK – during Q1 2007. Read More

 

Cargo safety: highlights from the 2006 Safety Report

The 2006 Safety Report, with an in-depth analysis of last year’s cargo accidents, is now available. Read More

 

Plain-paper printed AWBs – a well kept secret

Freight forwarders can present their neutral coded AWBs to the airlines from a non-colour plain paper printer, as long the conditions of the contract are printed on the back of a minimum of three original copies. Read More

 

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