Turkish Cargo renews CEIV Pharma to 2022

By Damian Brett

Turkish Cargo has extended the validity period of its IATA CEIV Pharma certificate to 2022.

The airline first achieved the certification in 2016, but needed to be re-audited in order to extend its validity for a further three years.

In order to achieve re-certification, which applies to both the airline and its Ataturk Airport cargo facility, staff went through training with the Turkish Airlines Aviation Academy.

Turkish Cargo offers a cold-storage facility of 3,500 sq m at Ataturk and utilises temperature-controlled containers from Envirotainer and CSafe, as well as air conditioned containers from Opticooler, thermal dollies and disposable thermal sheets.

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