Teach e-commerce shippers dangerous goods rules and criminalise those who break them

March 13, 2019 Alex Lennane

Some 40% of e-commerce shippers are unaware of dangerous goods regulations – “a very alarming” situation, revealed by an IATA shipper survey. 
In a month which has already seen two aircraft crashes, and yesterday a Grimaldi ship sank after containers caught fire, dangerous goods are coming under increasing scrutiny. 
IATA Cargo chief Glyn Hughes said the industry had to respond and do everything it could to educate shippers. And there were numerous calls ...

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