Digital evolution of air freight advances with e-Dangerous Goods Declaration


The air freight industry has moved a step closer to digitalisation and data-sharing with the launch of the e-Dangerous Goods Declaration (eDGD).

The eDGD, which is IATA compliant, uses supply chain community platforms to enable collaboration between partners, traceability and reduce errors and delays.

Implementing the e-DGD requires cooperation between all stakeholders, including shippers, forwarders, carriers and ground handling agents.

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Digital evolution of air freight advances with e-Dangerous Goods Declaration

 

Source: The Loadstar

Author: Alex Lenanne

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