Bolloré Logistics HK achieves IATA CEIV Pharma

By Rachelle Harry

Bolloré Logistics Hong Kong has achieved IATA CEIV Pharma certification for its facility at Hong Kong International Airport

The certification is recognition that the company conforms to IATA’s globally recognised pharma handling procedures and standards, and is “capable of providing seamless cool chain transportation across the entire supply chain”.

Bolloré Logistics said the CEIV Pharma certification will enable it to tap into the healthcare market in Greater China and deliver a “more competitive air cargo service” in the area.

Jane Chan, General Manager at Bolloré Logistics Hong Kong, commented: “This certification demonstrates our commitment to full compliance in handling pharmaceutical products and other temperature-sensitive commodities. It will greatly reinforce our capability to further develop our core competencies in transportation and logistics services for the healthcare industry.”

Bolloré Logistics has already received IATA CEIV Pharma certification for its sites in Brussels, Chicago, Frankfurt, Lisbon, Melbourne, Osaka, Paris, Seoul, Shanghai and Singapore.

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