Hactl signs up to ULD code

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Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals (Hactl) has become the latest air cargo organisation to throw its weight behind ULD CARE’s new Unit Load Device Code of Conduct.

The ten point Code of Conduct is a voluntary agreement promoting best practice in the handling of ULDs, and represents a gold standard benchmark for their safe and efficient operation on the ground and in flight. The Code’s primary aim is to reduce avoidable damage and loss of ULDs throughout the supply chain. A number of airlines, handlers, forwarders and ULD suppliers have already signed up to this code.

Hactl signed the Code of Conduct Agreement at IATA’s International Ground Handling Conference in Madrid; it is the first Hong Kong organisation to do so. Explains Hactl's Chief Executive Wilson Kwong: “The ULD is fundamental to the modern air cargo industry; but it’s an everyday item that we all take for granted, and which many do not treat with the necessary care and respect.”

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