Celebi Aviation Launches IATA DG AutoCheckn Solution to Help Achieve the Highest Level of Safety and Compliance
Ensuring the safe transport of dangerous goods can be a complex and time-consuming process. The process requires checking and acceptance of goods for compliance with the Declaration for Dangerous Goods (DGD) and IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). Errors in checking and acceptance process prevent ensuring flight and employee safety and customer satisfaction and lead to financial liabilities. Due to the differences in airline and country types, the control of cargoes in the acceptance of dangerous goods turns into a very complex process with a high risk of error.
DG AutoCheck which aims to ensure the highest level of safety and prevents errors is a digital solution that facilitates the acceptance of dangerous goods by checking compliance with all relevant rules and regulations. This enables document checks to be done automatically by converting control records kept by manual processes into electronic data.
Atilla Korkmazoğlu, President of Ground Handling and Cargo (EMEA) at Çelebi Aviation Holding, said: “We are pleased to cooperate with IATA and to include the DG AutoCheck solution, which will make our cargo operations more effective and efficient, into our business processes. This collaboration is a reflection of Çelebi Aviation’s commitment to provide the most excellent service to its customers and business partners by putting innovation at the centre of its operations as part of its digital transformation.”
By integrating the DG AutoCheck digital compliance solution into its services, Çelebi Aviation maximises safety in the acceptance processes of dangerous goods, while increasing operational efficiency. The system offers a sustainable solution by facilitating filing, reporting, conformity analysis, cost processes and saving time.
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