Air Canada Cargo meets Envirotainer standards at seven stations

Air Canada Cargo has received accreditation from Envirotainer at seven facilities to show it meets certain ULD and cold chain shipment handling standards.
The Canada-based airline achieved the Qualified Envirotainer Provider (QEP) accreditation at its main Toronto Pearson Airports hub as well as at its facilities in London Heathrow, Paris CDG, Amsterdam Schiphol, Chicago O’Hare and Indionapolis.
"We are proud to receive QEP Accreditation from Envirotainer. This is an important acknowledgement of our commitment to maintaining the highest industry standards when it comes to the handling of temperature-controlled shipments," said Lise-Marie Turpin, vice president Air Canada Cargo.

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