CEVA Logistics first to receive IATA's CEIV Lithium Battery certification

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CEVA Logistics is the first company to receive IATA's new CEIV Lithium Battery certification for its operations at Hong Kong International Airport and at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.

The certification confirms each facility’s ability to properly handle and store lithium batteries, as well as validates the necessary training and expertise of on-site employees.

CEVA Logistics now has plans to extend its certifications beyond Amsterdam and Hong Kong, with additional certified locations expected in Asia, Europe and the Americas.

Willie Walsh, IATA’s Director General, says: "Congratulations to CEVA for becoming the first logistics company to achieve CEIV Lithium Battery certification in their Amsterdam and Hong Kong hubs. As a pioneer in the CEIV Lithium Battery program their customers will appreciate their dedication to safely handling their shipments and the industry will benefit from the quality benchmark that they are helping to set."

Peter Penseel, COO of air freight for CEVA Logistics, says: "Our automotive, healthcare and technology customers appreciate our ability to seamlessly deliver responsive logistics solutions no matter the destination or cargo type, like lithium batteries. Our experience in transporting a wide range of batteries made us an ideal partner with IATA in piloting their new CEIV certification."

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