A pilot program version of an airport wildlife trafficking assessment tool will be launched at Mozambique’s Maputo International Airport this month, IATA has announced. A global rollout is planned for 2017, IATA said. IATA said the tool, piloted in partnership with the World Customs Organization (WCO), will help airports assess supply-chain security, intelligence and risk management, staff awareness, and reporting processes, alongside air cargo and passenger screening policy and ...

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