Airfreight Operations Workshop
Is this Course For You ?
This is a concise introduction to Air Cargo. The support documents covered in this overview are also, in some instances, pertinent to, and utilised in Ocean Freight.
Even though people have been working in or around the air cargo industry for a few years, It is seldom that most have experienced or have sufficient knowledge or the know how of the air cargo process from start to conclusion.
Most of the information inside logistics companies handles, or covers only the parts of the process, relevant to the function of the employee in their respective or specifically appointed role.
This therefore is an overview of the salient facts. Should more detailed or in depth coverage be required it is in the best interest, of the student to refer to, or make use of the Orange TACT (The Air Cargo Tariff and Rules).The following is for the airfreight and Shipping department personnel in the South African logistics and allied arena.
This course is aimed at South Africans already working or assigned to a particular department who have a desire or need to expand on their ability and skills in order to gain an operational insight of the air cargo industry as a whole.To better understand the process of which they form an integral part or function. A cog in the machine called Operations of South African Air Logistics.
The purpose here then, is to provide general information, or a framework on the setup of the air cargo processes. The steps in the air cargo supply chain. It does not cover Customs Clearing or Ocean Freight.
Delivered over 1 day from 08h30 – 15h30 by a Subject Matter Expert
Including beverages and Lunch.
What will you Learn ?
• Air Cargo Facts and History
• IATA & ICAO / IATA & ICAO Identification Codes
• Mode Cost Comparison
• Air Cargo Role Players
• Aircraft and Transport Modes
• The Hub and Spoke System
• The Air Cargo Supply Chain
• Preparing the shipment. Make the goods ready for carriage (RFC
• Transit or transhipment process (Alternative to direct)
• Airfreight flow from seller to buyer
• Difference between 1PL, 2PL, 3PL, 4PL Cross Docking
• Pick and pack process/ Packing guidelines
• Freight types, classes and charges
Ground Handling- Import and Export Stages
Airline pricing and Booking of freight
Dangerous Goods CSD Declaration
Incoterms and Common errors
ULDS and Containers
House and Master AWBs and HAWBs
General Conditions of Carriage
Completion of the Airwaybill
Insurance (and Claim filing).
Forwarding in – Import
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