SDV Belgium gains pharma handling certification

SDV Belgium is now fully certificated to handle and transport all pharmaceutical products that require an unbroken cold chain.
The logistics operator completed the pharma certification programme organised by Brussels Airport and IATA that means it can handle all pharmaceutical air freight shipments in accordance with the European Union’s Good Distribution Practices guidelines.
Peter Claessens – sales director for SDV Benelux – said: “Healthcare & Life science is one of SDV’s fastest growing business industry verticals, serving pharmaceutical companies, nuclear medicine sector and medical device manufacturers. Participating to the GDP certification programme in Brussels has taken us another step forward”.
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