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Organizations relating to Handling

Balkan and Near East Railway Rates Union
Convention Concerning the Social Repercussions of New Methods of Cargo Handling in Docks / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1973
Protocol to the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Passengers and Luggage by Inland Waterways / Est. 1978
ICHCA International Limited / London, UK / Est. 2002
European Association of Heavy Haulage Transport and Mobile Cranes / Leiden, Netherlands / Est. 1976
Nordic Pallet Cooperation Network
Far East - South Africa Freight Conference
Asian Network on Water Lifting Devices for Irrigation / Est. 1990
International Convention Concerning the Carriage of Passengers and Luggage by Rail / Est. 1924
European Pallet Association / Düsseldorf, Germany / Est. 1991
Comité de synergie internationale des formations actives en manutention
West African Shippers' Association / Est. 1930
Federación Subregional Andina de Consejos de Usuarios del Transporte Internacional de Carga / Est. 1988
International Freight Pipeline Society / Est. 1982
Asian Network on Medical and Aromatic Plants
International Cargo Inspection Bureau
International Agreement Concerning the Conveyance of Corpses / Est. 1937
Common Wagon Pool / Est. 1964
Athens Convention Relating to the Carriage of Passengers and Their Luggage by Sea / London, UK / Est. 1974
US Atlantic and Gulf Ports/Eastern Mediterranean and North African Freight Conference / Est. 1985
Protocol Relating to the International Convention on Load Lines / London, UK / Est. 1988
Global Logistics Associates / Barendrecht, Netherlands / Est. 1990
Cargo Rail Europe / Zurich, Switzerland / Est. 1954
Nordic Road Hauliers Union
International Convention Concerning the Carriage of Passengers and Luggage by Rail, 1953 / Est. 1953

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World Problems relating to Handling

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Shipping risk
Threatened species of Mirapinnidae
Threatened species of Coleophoridae
Mail bombs
Environmental impacts of shipping
Unethical documentation practices
Cargo cults
Unavailable road machinery
Threatened species of Xenophoracea
Nitrogen as a pollutant
Transgression of natural thresholds
Ineffective means for goods supply and distribution
Environmental hazards from transport systems
Infected animal, meat and animal product shipments
Lack of local commercial services
Prohibitive cost of transportation
Maltreatment of livestock
Imbalances in the dry bulk shipping industry
Disease transmission by international travel
Excess capacity in the shipping industry
Excessive numbers of freight vehicles
Seizure of cargoes
Cargo insecurity
Restrictive practices in cargo airline services
Vector resistance to disease

Action Strategies relating to Handling

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Clearing land mines
Improving access to sustainable development information
Removing government barriers to international trade in services
Clearing unsightly debris
Reducing disparity in human healthiness
Removing non-tariff barriers to international trade
Increasing basic labour mobility
Lifting restrictions on private schooling
Removing pollutants from the environment
Conveying sociological sciences
Conveying dogmatism
Removing perverse environmental subsidies
Cleaning up dog excrement from pavements
Removing trade barriers against developing countries
Removing perverse subsidies affecting biodiversity
Removing tariff barriers to international trade
Removing energy price subsidies
Lifting restrictions on human rights advocacy
Developing efficient draught animal power
Conveying economic sociologies
Reducing subsidies that undermine sustainable development
Removing subsidies
Identifying carriers of animal diseases
Removing perverse taxes affecting biodiversity

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