The final phase of Hong Kong’s air cargo security screening programme began today with x-raying of all ‘unknown’ consignee cargo set for 30 June.
However, while local shippers welcomed a delay in the rule set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), citing increased lead times and costs, current market conditions mean its impact could be muted.
The delayed phase-in began in January last year with 25% screening, and Simon Wong, CEO …
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