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Where can I find information about Chinese security policies with regard to air cargo?

Asked by adv4nt1 (4 points ) November 10th, 2011

Oddly specific request. I appreciate any help.

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rojo's avatar

I guess as a start you could contact the Chinese consulate.

ETpro's avatar

I was going to say what @rojo said. The nearest Chinese Consulate or their Embassy in Washington. You might also contact the US State Department to see what advise they have that the Chinese might prefer not to share.

whitenoise's avatar

In general, these regulations are not publicly accessible (for good reason!).

Depending on your need for that information, go check with a good freight forwarder, or airline. They will be able to tell you all you need to know as a shipper or consignee of air cargo.

michaellau1999's avatar

Thanks for the invitation to answer this question.
In general, Chinese airlines are safe and fast for most of the cases, cause nowadays in China E-Commerce is developing so fast, more and more people choose to buy things over the internet instead of shopping malls. After several years of experience in fast-delivery industry, Chinese airlines are becoming more and more mature. Although sometimes there will be several cases of broken cargo caused by careless handling, overall the safty issue is being paid more and more attention to.

After all, different companies have very different policies over air cargo safty management, although most of their policies are the same. You can refer to these two websites as follows for further reference:

http://l.vcan.cc/page/aircargotracking1.html
http://www.likelic.com/tools/airCargo.html

Hope this would be useful for you!

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