GVL Attends International Pet and Animal Transportation Conference

by | Oct 31, 2019 | Blog, Featured | 0 comments

GVL is attending the 2019 International Pet and Animal Transportation Association (IPATA) Conference in Chicago, IL.

We have heard from customers that air travel with animals can be a major pain point, so GVL has been working with airlines over the past year to improve travel with digital health certificates. We look forwarding to sharing more details on those efforts and the progress we’ve made in the near future.

IPATA Chicago Conference
Booth 9

November 1-5, 2019
Chicago, Illinois
Learn more: ipata.org

About IPATA

International Pet and Animal Transportation Association was founded in 1979 to provide professional, competent and caring pet transportation relocation services throughout the USA and around the world.

An international network of concerned pet shippers, the collective membership of IPATA represents many years of experience in the transportation and care of animals. IPATA’s membership has grown from six U.S. pet shippers to over 440 members in over 84 countries with services to all major airports worldwide.

IPATA Mission Statement

“The International Pet and Animal Transportation Association is a non-profit trade association of independent members who are dedicated to the safe and humane transport of pets and other animals”

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