IATA significantly revised the Dangerous Goods Regulations 54th Edition Packing Instructions PI 965-PI 970. This step-by-step approach will help you comply with the revised regulations.
Transportation of biologicals has become increasingly challenging. Understanding DG classification requirements is critical to ensure you are in compliance with the law.
Properly plan and prepare for the relocation and ensure the task goes according to the plan through by determining the ideal timeframe, creating a plan of action and maintaining security.
Various Dangerous Goods air incidents over the course of the last three decades took place, often because shippers failed to comply with existing regulations either because of their complexity or ignorance of their existence. These incidents have led to stricter regulations about labeling, packaging and even cargo hold designs. Following are five of the most significant incidents and, in some cases, tragic events that have influenced U.S. regulators and others around the world as it relates to the movement of dangerous goods.
Shipping lithium batteries by air has become increasingly regulated and complex. This step-by-step approach and example will help you comply with the revised Packing Instructions:
Quick Becomes an IATA Strategic Partner—Demonstrating Its Commitment to the Advancement of the Airline Cargo Industry and Service Excellence.
Quick International Courier has become a Strategic Partner of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). This will enable Quick to further contribute to the development of solutions and standards for the air transport industry, as well as to participate in key areas such as policies and best practices.
Large financial institution needed to move an entire Data Center under a tight deadline and with limited budget.
A large commercial airliner was grounded in a popular Caribbean destination during a busy winter holiday season...
A biopharmaceutical company needed to transport a bulk drug substance of a critical nature and value from China to US maintaining Controlled Temperature conditions....