DHL, American Airlines train drugmakers on cargo regulations

American Airlines Cargo and DHL are collaborating on training to prep drugmakers for much stricter air cargo regulations that become effective in August. The Transportation Security Administration's Certified Cargo Screening Program may include 100 percent piece-level screening of cargo carried on passenger aircraft. The training covers operational flow of cargo through the airline's network, the piece-level screening process and the impact to handling processes. Item

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