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    By Whom And How Are Air Freight Rates Calculated?

    The pricing of air freight is governed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) who continues to provide an “Official Rates Policy” which they publish under the title of “The Air Cargo Tariff” (TACT) along with their rules governing transportation. The air freight rates are generally derived from meetings that are held between IATA Regional Tariff Committees and which are subject to international inter-governmental agreements on rate levels by route or country. Those air freight companies who wish to introduce or apply a new rate require the permission of IATA and these rates can often be subject to the relevant country’s government approval. But now generally they are used as guide lines and often no attempt is made by either IATA or governments to enforce their use.

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    Tips for Choosing a Reliable Air Freight Forwarder

    An Air Freight Forwarder can be a firm or an individual in order to do the business of transporting goods from one place to other. It is very important to select the right service provider for businesses to grow globally. An Air Freight Forwarder particularly uses airplanes for cargo dispatching as carriers. From the place of goods origin to destination, the service provider settles all the documents of cargo transportation. For providing the best services, the service provider must be very competent and should have experienced enough to handle all project with the responsibility of the safety of client’s goods efficiently.

    It is not necessary for air freight forwarder to be a large company. It can be a small firm that is easily available and deliver good services to its clients. Mainly, it has to be big enough to cater all its clients’ needs and should be able to deliver services even when vacations are on and ensure the clients that shipping requirements will be handle outstandingly.
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