Amsterdam Schiphol joins Cargo 2000

CARGO 2000’s aim to attract more airports to adopt its quality measurement system, has received a boost with Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s announcement that it plans to join the group.
Enno Osinga, senior vice-president cargo of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, said: “Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s membership of Cargo 2000 exemplifies our commitment to simplifying the air cargo business.
Cargo 2000 perfectly complements the airport’s efforts in air cargo process improvements, such as promotion of e-freight and Schiphol SmartGate Cargo, a project aimed at integrating cargo control and inspection processes.
Cargo 2000’s focus on process quality and control fits perfectly in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s ambition to become Europe’s fastest, most efficient and reliable air cargo hub.”
Lothar Moehle, regional director EMEA for Cargo 2000, said: “One of our goals is to bring the major cargo airports of the world into Cargo 2000. As well as increasing our ability to influence quality measurement of air cargo at airports, they also have an important role to play in raising awareness of our industry standards within their local freight community.
"Amsterdam Schiphol serves some 100 airlines as well as a community of that includes 10 cargo handling companies, over 150 logistics service providers and more than 25 trucking organisations.”

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