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There’s still time to register for the Joint ICAO-WCO Conference on Enhancing Air Cargo Security and Facilitation



Hosted by the Government of Malaysia

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After viable explosive devices were discovered in air cargo shipments in October 2010, the global regulatory framework was subject to close scrutiny and substantially strengthened. International Organizations with responsibilities for air cargo came together and explored ways of cooperative working designed to reinforce and harmonize the whole regime while reducing duplication of effort.

Almost six years later, what is the position? Are the new rules understood and are the tools available for ensuring effective implementation? What new threats are emerging?

These issues and others will be debated at the Third ICAO-WCO Joint Conference on Enhancing Air Security and Facilitation, to be held from 26-28 July 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With contributions from the President of ICAO and the Secretaries General of both Organizations, panellists and speakers will include representatives of international, regional and national administrations and all sectors of the air cargo industry, including manufacturers of screening equipment. The venue for the event is the 442-room Sama-Sama hotel, Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

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Here are some of the items on the programme:

Day 1 - Tuesday, 26 July – Panel

Panel 2: The Path to Effective Implementation

Making the rules work: the workers, the working environment and the wider security culture

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What help can government provide to support implementation of the legal framework? What national, regional and international programmes are available? What contribution can administrators make towards strengthening the security culture? This Panel will set out some current and planned initiatives.

    Panel members:

  • Mr. Bernard Lim, Director, International Relations and Security Division, Ministry of Transport, Singapore

  • Dato’ Hj. Zulkifli bin Yahya, Assistant Director General of Customs (Enforcement), Royal Malaysian Customs

  • Mr. Clayton Bryant Kerswell, Senior Customs & Border Management Specialist, World Bank

  • Mr. Guillermo Iovino, Head, Project Development Unit, Technical Cooperation Bureau, ICAO

  • Mr. Kyal Barter, Senior Aviation Security Advisor Cooperative Aviation Security Programme (CASP) - Asia Pacific Region

  • Mr. Ian Munro, Law Enforcement Advisor, Implementation and Support Section, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime


Day 2 - Wednesday, 27 July - Information session

Insider threats, internal conspiracy

With large work forces and complex operations, what measures can be taken to counter insider threats? Are unpredictability and random screening part of the answer?

This session will explain how this issue is being tackled at some of the world’s largest airports.


Day 2 - Wednesday, 27 July - Site visit

Visits will be arranged to a selection of courier companies, including DHL, KLAS, FEDEX and UPS.

4.30pm-6.30pm (approximately) Organised by the Royal Malaysian Customs


The Conference will also be accompanied by an Exhibition

The exhibition is likely to include information from regulators, industry bodies, equipment manufacturers and local businesses. (Contact details for enquires are given below.)

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Who Should Attend
Attendance at this Conference will benefit representatives of the air cargo and mail security and/or trade facilitation sectors by providing insight into ICAO-WCO collaborative endeavours which are designed to strengthen air cargo security while facilitating the international flow of goods.
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Sama-Sama Hotel
This symposium will be hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at the Sama-Sama hotel, Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Located in the southwest of the Malaysian Peninsula, Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. It is one of the fastest growing metropolises in South-East Asia, with good transport links.
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