Cargo Assessment: Pre-pickup review to determine the nature, size, and any special requirements of the cargo. Scheduled Collection: Organize a timely pickup based on the shipper's availability and flight schedule.
Cargo Inspection: Checking the integrity and condition of the cargo upon reception, ensuring its safety. Cargo Consolidation: Efficiently palletizing, grouping similar cargo, or ULD (Unit Load Device) assembly as per airline and destination requirements, AWB issue
Documentation Review: Ensuring all paperwork like the Air Waybill (AWB), commercial invoice, and other relevant documents are in order. Duty and Tax Settlement: Calculating and paying any necessary duties or taxes for international shipments.
Flight Booking & Scheduling: Reserving space on the suitable airline and confirming the flight details. Cargo Monitoring: Using advanced systems to track the flight status, ensuring cargo conditions are maintained throughout transit.
Notification of Arrival: Informing the consignee of cargo arrival and any necessary steps for reception. Final Handover: Organizing last-mile delivery to the consignee or arranging a pick-up at the destination airport's cargo facility.
Cargo Value Evaluation: Determine the accurate value of the cargo based on provided invoices, receipts, or appraisals. Risk Assessment: Understand potential risks associated with the type of cargo and its route, taking into account factors like theft, loss, damage, or delay.
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