Menzies Aviation follows IATA's ULD code of conduct for safe handling
IN a move designed to limit damage to air cargo containers Menzies Aviation has become a signatory to the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) ULD CARE's Code of Conduct
IN a move designed to limit damage to air cargo containers Menzies Aviation has become a signatory to the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) ULD CARE's Code of Conduct.This sets the standard since its establishment in 2018 for all unit load device handling and operations by giving the industry guidance for safe and efficient operation.
Derived from the IATA ULD Regulations, the ULD CARE Code of Conduct presents 10 steps to enable: responsible handing, in-flight safety, damage-free handling and storage, safe transport, serviceability, stability, reporting, due skill and proper training, reported London's Air Cargo News.
Menzies Aviation's cargo vice-president Robert Fordree said: 'We are delighted to support the ULD CARE, Code of Conduct. As an aviation service provider, we recognise the importance of the ULD in the supply chain and its role in aircraft safety. We also acknowledge the key role we have to play in looking after this equipment on behalf of our customers.'
Said ULD CARE president Urs Weisendanger: 'ULD CARE is very pleased to welcome Menzies Aviation, an industry giant and global leader in aviation freight as the latest signatory to our Code of Conduct.'