IATA looks set to boost its revenue from its commercial Enhanced Partner Identification and Connectivity (EPIC) platform via a partnership with UNCTAD, the UN Conference on Trade and Development.
In what appears to be a blurring of lines between its commercial arm and its trade association status, IATA said it hoped to support e-commerce growth with its UNCTAD partnership.
The pair have integrated air cargo messaging standards – IATA’s Cargo-XML into UNCTAD’s …
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