Security - RCAR
The Regulated Air Cargo Agent Regime (RCAR) is implemented to secure the processes for handling, transporting and storage of cargo on all-cargo and passenger aircraft.
Known Consignor’s cargo will subject to a lower percentage of screening compared to unknown consignors whose cargo will be fully screened – screening fees apply.
Consignors are recognised as Known Consignors in 2 ways:
1] Possess industry-recognised security certification with current validity – TACSS level 1, C-TPAT Tier 2 or 3 or STP or STP-Plus;
2] Consignors have air cargoes shipped with “Speedmark” at least 3 times in the last 12-months and the last shipment within the last 6 months.**
** The “commercial relationship” stated in point 2 will be replaced by the State Regulation of Consignors which is proposed for implementation in
November 2016; consignors need to apply to Airport Police Division (APD) for approval to be a Known Consignor under the State Regulation of Consignors.
Please refer to the following URLs for the State Regulation of Consignors - Known Consignor Security Programme (KCSP) requirements:
A copy of the schedule for registration on Known Consignor Security Programme Workshop which aims to familiarise consignors with the Known Consignor Security Programme (KCSP) requirements can be found at: