Turkish Cargo broadens its QEP accreditation

Turkish Cargo has received Qualified Envirotrainer Providers (QEP) accreditation for 14 new stations within its network.
The stations added are Basel, Paris, London, Milan, Berlin, Zurich, Dubai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, New York, Miami, Toronto and Johannesburg.
The accreditation from specialist pharma-chain ULD provider Envirotrainer brings the total number of Turkish Cargo’s QEP stations to 22.
Turkish Cargo has also been gained IATA Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) accreditation.
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