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waybill

a document attached to goods in transit specifying their nature, point of origin, and destination as well as the route to be taken and the rate to be charged
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higher productivity, absence of misprints, online access to data, no delays in documents examination or cargo processing because of loss of original waybills, no time expenditure for original documents issue and transfer to airlines;
In June 2014, China Cargo Airlines successfully launched the pilot e-air waybill pilot at Shanghai Pudong Airport.
Automating the process will reduce the time cargo remains at inspection points, making compliance with legal requirements faster and more efficient, and simplifying issuance of the Waybill -- which currently must be completed on four to seven copies.
Audit air waybills - Audit air waybills against applicable rates and accessorials to identify and immediately resolve billing discrepancies.
From 1 January 2011 Cathay Pacific became the first airline operating out of Hong Kong to fully switch to e-WAB which removes the need for all paper documents when issuing air waybills.
To utilize the domestic booking and multiple air waybill tracking and reporting enhancements on deltacargo.
Another new feature is alternate shipping address capability, which allows users to arrange for shipments from locations other than their billing or contract address, which can be useful for drop shipping or for creating waybills from a central office that will be used by remote offices or clients.
5 million air waybills every year on its more than 6,000 daily flights with over 700 aircraft that fly to 10 major hubs and over 400 airports worldwide.
Under the so-called e-freight initiative, facilitated by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the cargo industry is aiming to remove all paper air waybills, as well as every other document and certificate, by the end of 2014.
Customers can ship with QUICKPAK to a Northwest destination, or with VIP to a Continental destination using the same VIP or QUICKPAK air waybills, making the transaction as convenient as before.
They form the first two characters of the flight number and are used to identify an airline for all commercial purposes, including reservations, schedules/timetables, tickets, tariffs, air waybills and interline telecommunications.
Since 2011, Emirates SkyCargo has placed more than 120 bilateral e-AWB agreements with its customers to guarantee a smooth transition from paper Air Waybills (AWB) to electronic record formats, known as 'Electronic Air Waybill data'.