INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION
Interline Tariffs - Latest Update

Dear Cargo professionals,

In today's ultra competitive marketplace, accurately assessing cargo claims can often make the difference between failure and success. Different types of products and high customer expectations require airlines, freight forwarders, lawyers and insurance companies to have a clear understanding of not only Cargo Claims handling but also the Legal perspective of claims in the aviation industry.

This Cargo Claims Seminar will give you the opportunity to exchange ideas and best practices that will help you to achieve best results by meeting the needs of your customers and reducing the time and money spent on cargo claims.

The Seminar will examine topics as customer relations, the link between cargo claims and cargo security and the applicability of the legal instruments (Warsaw Convention & Montreal Convention).

The Seminar offers participants unique networking opportunity.

Cargo Claims Processing
Organizing your Cargo Claims area
Cargo Claims and Cargo Security
Cargo Claims - A customer focus
Cargo Claims - A legal perspective
- General overview
Interlined Shipments Claims
Liability of third parties (handling agents/trucking companies)
Transport of perishables disclaimers
Exclusion of Liability under Montreal
Convention
German case law

 
Cargo Claims Managers
Cargo Revenue Accounting Managers
Airline Operations Managers
Airline Lawyers
Airline Insurance Managers
Airlines Security Managers
Insurance companies dealing with air cargo
Law firms specializing in cargo claims
Freight Forwarders

Cheryl Ortiz, Cargo Claims Manager Continental Airline   Peng Lim, Partner Aviation at
Clyde & Co Beaumont and Sons
Mohammad Hayat, Assistant Director
Cargo Tariffs
  Zack Zainal, Airline Security
Professional
Frank Montbach, Attorney at Law and Partner Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass   David Clark, Partner
Clyde & Co Beaumont and Sons 
Alan Polivnick, Assistant Solicitor partner Clyde & Co Beaumont and Sons    Holger Bürskens, Partner Arnecke
Siebold (Germany)
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By fax: + 41 22 770 2684
Fill and fax the Cargo Claims seminar registration form
  
 
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Reservations must be made before 25 October 2005 to take advantage of the special room rate.
Fill and fax the Hotel Reservation Form.
 
  
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  Sponsoring and exhibiting at IATA's Cargo Claims Seminar 2005 provides an ideal opportunity to showcase your products and services to a focused and targeted audience, providing outstanding networking opportunities as well as association with the IATA brand, a world class global endorsement.

For more information, please contact:

Mohammad Hayat
Assistant Director Cargo Tariffs
Interline tariffs
Tel.: + 41 22 770 2832
Fax: + 41 22 770 2684
hayatm@iata.org
 
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INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION
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15 Airport, Switzerland.

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