Turkish Cargo broadens its QEP accreditation network

Turkish Cargo has increased the number of QEP (Qualified Envirotainer Provider) accredited stations for handling pharmaceutical products.
It has received QEP accreditation at 15 new stations, including: Helsinki Taipei, Vienna, Kuwait, Maastricht, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, Chicago, Madrid, Cairo, Roma, Dusseldorf , Budapest, San Francisco.
Specialist pharma-chain ULD provider Envirotainer  has increased the number of the carrier’s accredited stations to 38.
Turkish Cargo, which was awarded the IATA CEIV Pharma award for its Istanbul Hub in 2016, has previously received the QEP accreditation for Frankfurt, Mumbai, Istanbul, Brussels and Atlanta.
Turkish Cargo is also now part of Pharma.Aero, which fosters collaboration between IATA CEIV Pharma certified airport communities.
The carrier’s full membership certificate was presented to Turkish Airlines’ chief cargo officer, Turhan Özen, at the TIACA Air Cargo Forum in Toronto.
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