Delta Cargo adds Dusseldorf to CEIV network

Delta Cargo is now offering CEIV approved facilities at seven locations across Europe, with the recent addition of Dusseldorf airport to the network.
The facilities are operated in conjunction with Delta’s joint venture partners Air France-KLM.
Delta said that it now has access to 50 approved stations around the globe with seven CEIV approved facilities in Europe all connected to Delta’s largest cargo operation in Atlanta, which is also CEIV certified.
“Delta has made significant investments in Pharma facilities across its global network, so as to ensure that we are compliant with the highest industry standards,” said Shawn Cole, Delta’s vice president – cargo.
“Our priority boarding and quick connection times minimize exposure to outside temperatures ensuring the integrity of the product – vital for transporting medicine to patients.”
The CEIV stations in Europe are Amsterdam, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Milan, Paris-CDG and Rome.
Delta is the first US global passenger carrier to receive IATA’s Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) Pharma logistics Certification.
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