We continue to monitor the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation carefully and regularly. Our number one priority is always the health of our speakers, delegates and staff.
We are following the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO)—the global authority on public health issues—and the local Public Health Ministry. Currently we are going ahead with the event as planned. If the situation changes, we will announce this on our website and inform all registered participants.
In the interim, please refer to the IATA Travel Center, for daily updates on travel restrictions.
Despite recent new ICAO regulations taking effect, issues around the shipping of lithium batteries continue to emerge, which trigger consequential discussions on potential regulatory changes. The workshop aims at providing insights into the development of possible regulatory changes as well as considerations on future risk mitigation strategies that may find their way into the regulations.
Who will you meet?
- Lithium Battery Manufacturers
- Freight forwarders
- Training providers
- Test laboratories
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Why should you attend?
- In depth insight into current and future regulatory developments for the transport of lithium batteries by air
- Exclusive access to industry intelligence and latest developments
- Unique business, networking and branding opportunities
- Interactive approach, opening the floor for challenges and new ideas
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