US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will implement IATA’s standardized Cargo-XML messaging format within the next few months, IATA announced Aug. 8. The format will be utilized to collect advance electronic data submissions for air cargo shipments. “Airlines, freight-forwarders, shippers and border agencies share the common goals of simplifying processes, enhancing efficiency and maximizing safety and security,” IATA SVP-airport, passenger, cargo and security Nick ...

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