The Cargo Claims & Loss Prevention Conference is a popular event that is gathering every year, for now more than a decade, a variety of cargo claims managers, freight forwarders, insurers, lawyers, etc. to discuss recent case law, consider best practices and work on practical exercises. This is a unique event in the air cargo industry addressing the full aspects of air cargo claims management and loss prevention to secure the integrity and obligation of all parties within the supply chain.
After a 100% satisfaction rate, the CCLP Conference is back in the Netherlands! This edition will put together experienced practitioners who will provide insights on claims and loss prevention practices around the world. The CCLP is also an opportunity to meet practitioners in an interactive and friendly environment
Who will you meet?
- Freight Forwarders
- Ground Handlers
- Law Firms
- Loss Adjusters / Insurers
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Why should you attend?
- The latest developments in case law presented by some of the most experienced lawyers in the industry
- Interactive discussions on claims handling practices and loss prevention techniques
- Opportunity to participate in the discussions through a number of group exercises
- Interactive approach, to develop your claims management skills and debate with relevant professionals
Previous Cargo Events
Find out what happened at the Cargo Events 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands
"The IATA Cargo Conference allowed me to build quality relationships with many different business partners and fellow airlines within the cargo community. Our engaged forums created healthy debate and discussion for best practices and proactive solutions when handling precious cargo!"
Assistant Manager, Cargo Claims and Loss Prevention
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Registrations will open in 2020!
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