Rhenus Logistics awarded CEIV Pharma certification at Schiphol

Rhenus Air & Ocean has achieved IATA’s CEIV Pharma certification for its Amsterdam Airport Schiphol branch. 
In 2018, Rhenus started the process of obtaining the certification by reviewing its procedures for the handling of temperature-controlled shipments, optimisation of temperature-controlled facilities, training of staff and assessing all logistics processes through independent validators.
Frank Roderkerk, managing director of Rhenus Air & Ocean, stated: “As part of our corporate strategy we aim to meet the highest standards in global airfreight.
“By obtaining the CEIV Pharma certification, we can adequately respond to pharmaceutical companies who are looking for a reliable logistics provider for the secure, safe and efficient shipment of their time and temperature-sensitive products.”
Rhenus’ global network of facilities and partners guarantees the safe, secure and consistent handling of temperature-controlled pharmaceutical shipments which allows Rhenus to develop even closer partnerships with its customers.

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