ULD IN 60 SECONDS released for global distribution
PRESS RELEASE – AirportCollege.com – for immediate release 11th of March 2019
Helsinki, Finland – Airport College International and ULD CARE have launched free video tools for the air cargo industry, ULD IN 60 SECONDS. The concept includes series of instructional videos about ULD inspection, handling and storage. The Container Inspection and Pallet Build Up videos are the first two releases currently available in 15 different languages. The service is available here: https://ULD60seconds.com “ULD60Seconds can be used as part of training as well as for general viewing on the in-house video systems that are found in many cargo and passenger terminals these days,” says Airport College International CEO Pertti Mero. “Training is the critical piece of the puzzle in the safe ULD handling and our 60 second long videos provide with basic principles of safe and efficient ULD operations.” “It does not take too long to inspect a ULD’ is our key message to operational staff when preparing ULDs to the flight,” says ULD CARE Vice President Bob Rogers. “Container Inspection and Pallet Build up are the first two releases, to be followed by topics such as Pallet Inspection and Straps Inspection during the remainder of 2019. The concept has been developed in association with Finnair Cargo and we want to share this free of charge globally,” adds Rogers.
About Airport College International
Airport College International provides a complete online training service for airlines, airport ground handling agents and logistics in safety, security and service topics. With the training service our clients can efficiently and flexibly train their staff and maintain competences required by airlines and authorities. Airport College International is a strategic partner of IATA.
About ULD Care
ULD CARE is a global industry association whose members represent all aspects of the air cargo industry, including airlines, manufacturers and suppliers. Membership is open for organizations whose scope encompasses any aircraft unit load device (ULD) activity. ULD CARE started as an IATA committee in 1971 and became a legal entity in 2011 Learn more about ULD Care at www.uldcare.com