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Dear Air Cargo Colleague,

In this issue of Cargo Tracker, you will find the latest news on IATA Cargo developments.

In the Offloading Section, we will share your feedback on the issue of air cargo and the environment and also ask you how we can further improve the quality of the Tracker.

Enjoy!

Aleks Popovich
Global Head of Cargo

Events
Cargo in Emerging Markets series: Eastern Europe 2007 - Warsaw, Poland
18, 19 September 2007

Third in a series, this next Emerging Markets conference covers the challenges and opportunities faced in Central and Eastern Europe, the impact of their new membership on the EU, and the “Go East” strategies adopted by Western European airlines. For further information about the agenda and also on how to book please click here.

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In this edition we would like to have your opinion on the following question:

How satisfied are you with TRACKER?


What actions can we take to improve TRACKER?



The e-freight pilot programmes are moving forward at a steady pace

Participants have entered a new phase of the pilot process, which is gearing up for implementation. Read More

CASS: it keeps on growing

CASS Poland, Hungary, Kenya and Mauritius have been transferred to the live CASSlink operational site as we prepare to receive the first live carrier billing submissions. Read More

3PL: the new IATA Third-Party Logistics code

The new three-character code launched by IATA is a solution for logistic service providers such as freight forwarders, non IATA airlines and GSAs who need to issue their own accountable transportation documents and wish to be uniquely identified. Read More

Security: Global Air Cargo Security Industry Task Force

The first meeting took place 26 June in Brussels. Fourteen associations attended, including two from South Africa and one from the US. Read More

IATA PCM and LAR are now industry standard

CITES  (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species) has endorsed a new transport resolution that makes reference to the IATA PCR and LAR. Read More

Plain paper printed AWBs: is there any misunderstanding?

IATA Reso600a allows for the use of AWBs printed on plain paper for both airline AWBs and neutral AWBs. We have received feedback that there are still some challenges to overcome before it can be widely implemented by our Members. Read More

Cargo Claims and Loss Prevention Conference 2007

With all components of air cargo claims management coming together, it is becoming the single most important point of expertise for claims management professionals throughout the industry. Online registration will be available early July. Read More

World Cargo Symposium: the cargo event of the year

Rome, Italy  3 - 6 March 2008. Join us to share the latest industry knowledge, best practices and benchmarks around one theme: Focus on the Customer. Read More

Offloading: results from our last readers' poll

Thank you for participating in the survey in our previous TRACKER. The query we posed was “[How much do you think] environmental issues, particularly consumer perception, will impact air cargo business volumes over the next two years...”
The result of the survey was that 76% of you thought that environmental issues will impact the Air Cargo Business over the next few years. While some of you expressed concern about contributing to global warming, most of you think that new means will be put into place allowing for cleaner perishable goods transport by air.
IATA is clear that what is required is a proactive approach to air cargo and the environment. You will be hearing more about this in future issues of TRACKER.

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