ICHCA International has an extensive range of specialist publications on best practice in cargo handling operations. With more than 90 documents covering health and safety guidance, technical and operational practicalities, regulatory requirements and more, the ICHCA library represents a valuable repository of cargo handling expertise.
The publications are grouped into eight core series:
ICHCA’s technical advice service provides a trusted source of information on cargo handling practice, policy and regulations.
Members can pose confidential questions to the Technical Advisor on any aspect of cargo handling and will receive feedback based on an extensive library of past queries and first-hand industry knowledge, including the active input of the Technical Panel.
Compared with using channels such as LinkedIn to solicit feedback from sources whose qualifications to comment may not be fully known, ICHCA’s technical advice service gives Members a guarantee of quality information from experienced industry practitioners.
“Having a strong global reference point for technical questions is very important.
When new issues arise, there is a panel of technical experts who can research and report on the issue and lobby where necessary on a very high level.”
Consider becoming a Premium Member of ICHCA International to benefit from a tailor-made package to suit your business needs. As well as receiving all the advantages of Corporate Membership, our Premium Members enjoy considerable additional benefits. Premium Members gain broad exposure within their industry with opportunities to contribute advertisements and guest editorials via our communication channels including Cargo Handling Voice, ICHCA’s Member Newsletter and social media platforms. Premium Members receive 1 free place at every ICHCA event as standard and benefit from a specially discounted rate for further delegates at all ICHCA events. Premium Members receive 10 votes.
Individual Members are issued with an invoice in their name and must be registered at a private address in order to qualify. If you wish to become a Member on behalf of a company, choose the Corporate package above.
Licensed Members are organisations with multiple members, companies or operational sites, such as a global corporation, association or club, where a “license fee” per member/company/site is paid in addition to the corporate member fee. These internal members/companies/sites are classed as “Associate members”. Licenses are currently limited to 50 per organisation.