GEODIS targets Americas pharma with CEIV drive

Source: Geodis

GEODIS has gained CEIV Pharma certification at seven of its sites across the Americas in the last 10 months as it continues to target the healthcare market.

The certification has been gained at the forwarder’s sites at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, Mexico City International Airport, Sao Paulo International Airport and Toronto Pearson International Airport.

GEODIS said that earning the accreditation supports its strategic goals of “establishing pharma healthcare as a key organizational vertical and expanding its global network by accrediting sites in numerous countries across the globe”.

In total, the forwarder is now CEIV Pharma certified at 27 of its sites.

Luca Baldoni, senior vice president – healthcare at GEODIS in Americas, said: “The healthcare market is experiencing extraordinary changes globally, and having achieved seven certifications in the Americas region in less than 10 months showcases our commitment and investment to being a reliable partner by delivering exceptional quality and compliance to help navigate the changes alongside our customers.”

CEIV Pharma certified sites across its global network in the Americas, Asia Pacific and Middle East, and Europe.

Earlier this week, the forwarder also announced it had achieved the certification at its Paris CDG facility.

Geodis obtains CEIV Pharma in Paris

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