湖北体彩11选五走势图 www.ata007.com Cargo handling is performed at thousands of airports all over the world by hundreds of companies, big and small. This poses a high potential risk for deviations in the quality of handling. IATA actively drives the development of ground handling operations standards, best-practice processes, and procedures, and promotes global consistency and harmonization.
IATA works to drive efficiency in all areas of cargo operations. The integration of those efficiencies into operations plays an increasingly critical role in today’s air freight industry.
With a plan aligned to
Cargo Committee's (CC) priorities, working with the
Ground Operations Group (GOG) and other sub-groups, the
IATA Cargo Handling Consultative Council (ICHC) brings together cargo handlers and airlines involved in cargo operations. It develops best-practice processes and procedures to address all aspects of cargo acceptance and handling.
The air cargo industry is transforming to capitalize on e-Commerce. Building global standards, creating partnerships, and fostering innovation are critical to making the most out of the growth of online retail. IATA works to simplify the business and embrace new initiatives and technologies.
The Smart Facility project builds a common industry audit program focusing on operational capacity in cargo facilities. It reduces audit complexity, redundancy, and cost for cargo handling facilities and airlines, and creates transparency and visibility for customers.
IATA is aware of the importance of safe, proper, and effective management, use, and control of Load Devices (ULDs). ULDs are also the most frequent cause of damage to aircraft on the ground, according to IATA’s Ground Damage Database (GDDB). IATA will continue to run safety campaign workshops in various locations.
Airmail is also an essential part of IATA's scope for cargo operations. Through the Air Mail Board (AMB), IATA works in close collaboration with the Universal Postal Union (UPU) to guarantee an efficient supply chain for the delivery of e-commerce goods as well as your regular mail.
The IATA Cargo Handling Manual (ICHM) id based on the industry-endorsed Master Operating Plan (MOP). It will be further enhanced to reflect operating procedures for airmail, best-practices for irregularities and damages, and include freight forwarders’ requirements. ISAGO will now refer to this manual in their CGO parts.
The IATA Ground Operations Manual (IGOM) is your current source for the latest industry-approved standards harmonizing ground handling processes and procedures for frontline personnel. It contains 21 topics related to cargo safety working instructions out of 85 core cargo handling topics currently found in the airlines' cargo operations manuals.
The IATA ULD Regulations (ULDR) covers both technical and operational standards and regulatory requirements as well as the carrier's requirements applicable to overall ULD operations.
The Airport Handling Manual (AHM) is your definitive source for the latest industry-approved policies and standards covering all facets of safe and efficient airport operations. The manual contains the new Cargo Recommended SLA (AHM 803).
With the rise in e-commerce, and a shift in the types and volumes of cargo handled, is the air cargo industry ready and with the right facilities to serve their customers and support their business growth?
In the cargo facility of the future, humans and machines work in harmony to offer both higher efficiency and superior customer service. Fully automated high-rack warehouses, automated and green vehicles navigating autonomously through the facility, employees equipped with advanced tools, including artificial intelligence and augmented reality... The cargo facility of the future will be safe and secure, green, automated, connected, and smart.
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