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Cargo Tracker - September 2017

In this issue

IATA's 6th e-Cargo Conference Success

Over 200 participants met in Geneva, Switzerland from the 19-20 September for the 6th IATA e-Cargo Conference. Find out more...

Industry supports ACID vision

The air cargo industry has been looking to IATA to establish an industry incident tracking mechanism and database. The database would track dangerous goods incidents, including those involving lithium batteries, cargo incidents in general and ULD incidents. Find out more...

Benefits of XML ULD Control Receipt (XUCR)

The XML ULD Control Receipt (XUCR) Message has been adopted by the Cargo Services Conference (CSC) recently. What are the benefits of its industry-wide implementation? 

eAWB360 update:

eAWB360 is an industry initiative aimed at encouraging airlines, freight forwarders, and ground handlers to adopt e-AWB as well as building stakeholder readiness at selected airports.

In October the following airports will be live: 

  • Boston - BOS (1 October 2017)
  • Brussels - BRU (1 October 2017)
  • Guangzhou Baiyun Int'l Airport - CAN (16 October 2017)
  • Shanghai Pudong Int'l Airport - PVG (16 October 2017)
Find out more about eAWB360

e-AWB global penetration:

Find out the latest e-AWB global penetration in the full monthly (pdf) report for August 2017.

Last chance to register for the upcoming October Events:


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