Lufthansa subsidiary's ISO certification

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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The Lufthansa Group’s cargo airline and subsidiary, time:matters, has achieved revised ISO 14001 environmental standard certification.

The company has once again been acknowledged with the internationally recognised ISO14001 certification. On this occasion Lufthansa Cargo was audited according to the revised (and therefore more demanding) version, which contains a number of changes and updates not previously required.

“We worked together with the various departments to successfully implement the standard’s more stringent requirements with respect to risk determination, stakeholder orientation and life cycle assessment, including supplier management,” commented Bettina Jansen, Head of Environmental Management, at Lufthansa Cargo. “As an airline, we have a special responsibility to our environment. We live up to this responsibility through our ambitious environmental targets, especially in areas of particular environmental relevance, such as flight operations, cargo handling and infrastructure.”

Certification began in Frankfurt in 2008 before being gradually expanded. Lufthansa Cargo has already been ISO certified at all German stations since 2010. Worldwide certification for Lufthansa Cargo came in 2015 for the first time, and the scope was extended to include subsidiary Jettainer.


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