Industry puzzles over IAG Cargo's late move to drive eAWBs
IAG Cargo has announced that it will charge customers still using paper air waybills (AWBs) ...
Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, 17th April, 2015 – A successful e-freight workshop held in Bangkok at the beginning of April has inspired the Thai air cargo community to speed up e-AWB adoption in the country.
The seminar, organized by Bangkok Flight Services (BFS) and Worldwide Information Network (WIN) was well attended by airlines, and a mix of independent and multinational forwarder members of local associations including the Thai Airfreight Forwarders Association (TAFA) and the Thai International Freight Forwarders Association (TIFFA).
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