Proper management and care of ULDs is critical to our business.

ULDs are essential to the air transportation business. There are currently 800,000 ULDs in existence globally, with a replacement value of almost $1 billion. ULDs transport $6.8 trillion worth of goods each year, representing about 35% of international trade.

ULDs are safety-critical aircraft components and therefore are subject to all FAA and other regulatory safety guidelines. Yet training and operating standards vary enormously, ranging from excellent to non-existent.

The result? ULDs are being mishandled, damaged, improperly loaded, built up and restrained.

Why is this happening?

As a Ground Handler, you need to be concerned about SAFETY. Proper loading and restraint of ULDs is important to aircraft safety, as well as to the safety of your employees.

To ensure the ULD airworthiness, it is therefore critical that you offer PROPER TRAINING to your employees.

The role that you and other Ground Handlers play is vital. You need to make sure your employees handle ULDs in a correct and safe manner. This requires greater consistent investment in:

  • Training
  • Infrastructure
  • Proper ground equipment

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We must come together as an industry to change the non-compliance culture of ULD management across the logistics chain. We need consistently well-trained people applying the safety handling practices as prescribed in the IATA ULD Regulations.

Be pro-active. Join us in driving safety and efficiency now.

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