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Cargo Tracker November 2013

In this Cargo Tracker issue:

e-AWB penetration surges in third quarter

The global penetration of electronic air waybills (e-AWB) keeps rising and reached 9.6% in September. New airlines are starting to rollout e-AWB, while both carriers and freight forwarders increasingly join the Multilateral e-AWB Agreement. Read more...

55th edition of DGR: what’s new?

The next edition of IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) includes modifications to lithium battery shipping requirements, as well as advanced information of the changes the 2015 issue of the ICAO Technical Instructions will bring. Read more... 

Self-service technology: How Qantas improves customers' experience

The global air cargo industry may not be the earliest adopter of digital technology, but carriers across the globe are now recognizing the benefits it can bring to their business. Read more... 

Enhancing air cargo security through risk assessment

In a world of increasing complexities, transport security is a priority for all countries.  Some of them, like the US, Canada and the European Union, are launching risk assessment pilot programs to improve their air cargo security. Read more... 

"Transformation through innovation", the focus of WCS14

The 8th World Cargo Symposium (WCS) will take place in Los Angeles. Join us in California to hear about the latest industry updates from high-level speakers and network with cargo professionals from across the world. Read more...


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