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The need for timely information and transparency is a key requirement in supply chain logistics, since any number of cargo irregularities can occur during transportation, despite careful planning.

That is why we allow the transportation of SWISS-approved active tracking devices (ATDs). Additionally, we provide a 24/7 dedicated intervention team able to react to any ATD deviation alarm worldwide based on your request.

The use of any ATD listed below requires the customer to book their shipment with the SHC of EMD.
IATA regulations on lithium batteries are in effect.

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ATD types approved by SWISS

  • 7P Solutions GD100/GL300/GL300W
  • BeOn A1
  • Berlinger SmartPoint
  • Bosch TDL 140
  • Calamp SC1102/SC1004*
  • Cartasense U-Sensor
  • Controlant CO 10.01
  • Controlant SAGA**
  • ELPRO LIBERO GE, GL, GS, GH*
  • ELPRO LIBERO GF
  • ELPRO LIBERO Cx series
  • Emerson GO Real-Time Tracker
  • Frigga B9x series
  • Hanhaa Parcelive
  • Hive Tracker BEEconloT
  • Honeywell Gateway/Sensor Tags
  • Intelyt
  • Kirsen Global Security A-Type “Schenker Smartbox” Brieftrace
  • Kizy K-2 Tracker
  • KN Blue Sensor
  • Kylos Air
  • Modum MODsense T
  • Monilog® EnDaL smart*** and MSD
  • OnAsset Sentry 500 Flightsafe and Sentinel 100 & 100C
  • Roambee Bee
  • Sendum PT300D/PT300
  • SenseAware 3000
  • STRACKER Single Use PT35
  • T11013050 / TTGEO Ultra Alkaline*
  • T11013070 / TTGEO Ultra Dry Ice Alkaline*
  • Tive TT-7000/TT-4000
  • Versa1
  • Visilion Mobiam Tracker

* AWB must include statement "Not restricted. Alkaline IATA DGR special provision SP A123.”

**AWB must include statement "Not restricted as per DGR Special Provision A199."

*** for the model smart, if using a lithium battery, a DG declaration as PI 970 Section 1 is required


Swiss has no restrictions on the use of Passive or BLE data loggers using a single coin cell sized battery for power


Note: According to IATA DGR 1.3, DG documentation and marking is the shipper’s responsibility. Should a shipper decide not to take advantage of the new exception in IATA DGR SP A220 and deliver a consignment documented, marked or labeled as ELI or ELM, than a formal DG acceptance check sheet in accordance with LX CHM 6.1.12.1.1 / 6.1.12.3 must be issued upon cargo acceptance.


Note: As per IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) 2021 Addendum A220. Packages containing COVID-19 pharmaceutical accompanied by data logger and or cargo tracking devices containing lithium batteries are not subject to the marking and documentation requirements of Section II Packaging Instruction 967 or 970, as applicable. This same package configuration, when consigned without the COVID-19 pharmaceutical for use or reuse, is also not subject to the marking and documentation requirements of Section II Packaging Instruction 967 or 970, providing prior arrangements have been made with the operator. Please contact your local Swiss WorldCargo office for information on repositioning empty packaging(s) that have real time tracking devices.

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ATD in three steps

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24/7 intervention team
  • In the event of any deviation detected by your booked ATD, contact our 24/7 intervention team via the contact provided by your local station and the team will respond within 15 minutes.