AF-KLM recertification for CEIV Pharma

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo has become the first major airline group to pass the IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification process for its hub operations in Amsterdam and Paris, as well as the Air France and KLM airline processes.
Marcel de Nooijer, executive vice president of Air France KLM Martinair (AF-KLMP) Cargo, said: “Pharma is a top priority for our airline group. In an increasingly demanding environment, this certification reconfirms our commitment to offering the highest possible quality standards in support of our customers’ business activities.”
Enrica Calonghi, global head of pharmaceutical logistics at AF-KLMP Cargo, said: “IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification confirms that our group aims to position itself not only as a leader in innovation and transparency, but also through putting care into healthcare by continually improving our processes and facilities.”
Nina Heinz, global head of network and quality at DHL Global Forwarding, said: “IATA CEIV Pharma re-certification ensures that we work with the right partners.
“In our common quest to ensure product integrity and patient safety for life sciences and healthcare, it is critical that all of our partners throughout the supply chain adhere to the same highest service and quality standards.
“We applaud the commitment from our partner airlines to the IATA CEIV Pharma standardised approach in the air freight industry as this ensures a leadership position in productivity, accuracy and reliability through uniform processes and a compliant network.”

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