Shipping adoption of e-bills of lading won’t be trouble-free, warns air cargo
Electronic bill of lading (eB/L ) interest group the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) has ...
Airlines flying cargo into Canada should note that regulations have changed. The Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) has issued an order that has “significantly” changed the way cargo carriers must file tariffs.
Terms, conditions and rates must be filed with the CTA, in a prescribed format, at least 45 days before they are enacted. The regulation was issued in April, after the Airline Tariff Publishing Company withdrew its filing service for freight carriers in Canada.
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