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Cargo Tracker January 2014

 In this Cargo Tracker issue:

Cargo Economic Outlook Q4 2013

Good prospects for air cargo as consumers’ confidence goes up and the demand environment gets better. However, stagnated trade growth and continued increases in capacity are limiting industry profits. Read more...

Growing up: e-AWB reaches 11.2%

e-AWB penetration shows a steady increase in November. More and more airlines and freight forwarders are joining the Multilateral e-AWB Agreement, moving the industry towards the 100% paperless vision. Read more...

MC99 ratification is key for e-cargo

IATA and FIATA jointly urge countries to ratify the Montreal Convention, a prerequisite for a paperless supply chain. Governmental endorsement can also help to enhance international trade and global economy. Read more...

Are you ready for ACC3?

From July 2014, an EU Aviation Security Validation will be compulsory for all carriers operating into the Union from third country airports. The new regulations will also affect the rest of the supply chain, and all entities providing secured cargo must be ready. Read more...

FACES: finding a future for air cargo

The next edition of the Future Air Cargo Executives Summit (FACES) will take place in Los Angeles during the 8th World Cargo Symposium. The summit is tailored for industry professionals under 35 with the ambition to become air cargo executives. Read more...


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