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Cargo Tracker July 2014

In this Cargo Tracker issue:

Passing the baton

Des Vertannes retired after four years as Global Head of IATA Cargo and more than four decades in the business. IATA appointed Glyn Hughes to take the lead and continue to work on behalf of the air cargo industry. Read more...

Economic outlook Q2 2014

The prospects for 2014 are optimistic compared with 2013, but the rate of expected growth has decreased due to jet fuel prices and weak air freight yields. However, consumer confidence keeps increasing in Europe and the United States. Read more...

Taking action for air cargo transformation

The 3rd edition of the e-Cargo Conference focused on enhancing quality, visibility & efficiency. This year, participants listened to concrete solutions, success stories and benefits of e-AWB adoption. Read more...

Pharma: IATA's expertise for complex needs

With regulations getting more and more complex, handling of temperature controlled pharmaceutical products remains a challenge for the industry. IATA’s new Center of Excellence for Independent Validators aims to improve the transport of these sensitive products. Read more...

Modernizing the cargo agency program

In collaboration with FIATA, IATA is evolving the Cargo Agency Program to a new IATA-FIATA Air Cargo Program. This new approach will help addressing the needs of today’s air cargo community, ensuring mutual benefits for airlines and forwarders alike. Read more...

 

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