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R C H I V E S
may not think that this is something to read as the holiday lights twinkle
and the wind howls during long nights near a crackling fire, but you may
In the long history of aviation, few books
have gone to 44 printings like IATAís Dangerous Goods Regulations
(DGR) available now from www.iataonline.com for $105USD.
This latest edition is chock full of how
to get it right when shipping all manner of goods.
There are chapters on just about anything
that might be of question and lots of handy tips on marking handling packaging,
labeling, documentation and even training in IATAís DGR.
Plus, and maybe this is the best plus of
all, the 44th IATA DGR is big, bright colorful and easy to read, understand
Whatís more, there are contact numbers for
questions and even a great big conference to be held this coming March
18 thru 20 in Miami.
Dangerous Goods By Air will cover just that
with lots of everything you need to know, like what does air eligibility
really mean, and the danger of unknown shippers (as if not getting paid
by the known ones is not scary enough).
Dangerous Goods by Air will focus on security
too. Pencil in this one which by the way is taking place in MIA, down
where the warm winds play, while most of the rest of the country is still
frozen solid. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
IATA also puts up a monthly Security Focus
publication that you can subscribe to. Also as if seeing everything at
40% to 80% off in the stores right now as the holiday approaches isnít
enough, IATA, to hot up its online store sales is giving away an IATA
clock that you get for buying anything from their website store by December
So get busy already and tell them Air Cargo
News sent you.