Brussels Airlines Cargo achieves CEIV Pharma

Written by: Felicity Stredder |
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IATA has awarded Brussels Airlines Cargo its Centre of Excellence for Independent Validators Pharma certification.

The certification was announced at the ongoing Air Cargo India event in Mumbai.

In a press release, the airline said that it has been investing in its pharma handling across its entire network, ensuring high quality service to pharmaceuticals partners, as part of its commitment to the as part of the Brussels Airport Pharma Hub,

Brussels Airlines Cargo Business Development & Interline Manager, Reinout Puissant, said: “CEIV certification is about implementing the right processes and creating a culture of continuous awareness in order to raise the quality level of our services on a daily basis.

“During this journey and through local and international cross-industry collaboration (such as Pharma.Aero), Brussels Airlines Cargo is engaged in an open dialogue with pharma shippers and forwarders. The most important element is to increase the end-to-end transparency for all stakeholders.”

Pharma.Aero, jointly founded by Brussels Airport and Miami International Airport, is focused on improving pharma handling and quality in the global air cargo industry. Brussels Airlines is one of its many member carriers and Brussels Airport is the first and largest airport community to be CEIV certified (since 2014).

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