Cargomind first regional member of Cargo 2000

IATA’s quality management programme, Cargo 2000, is now allowing regional membership, which was launched to encourage more medium-sized airlines, freight forwarders and logistics companies to participate.

The new lower cost category of membership is available to any company with operations in up to five countries and up to 20 sites in their network.

Vienna-based Cargomind is the first organisation to take advantage this new category.

Lothar Moehle, regional director EMEA of Cargo 2000, said: “Over the past two years, we have met many smaller and medium-sized freight forwarders that have clearly recognised the value to their business of adopting Cargo 2000’s quality management system. The launch of the new regional membership makes participating in our program more affordable for these companies.

“We are confident others will follow Cargomind in joining Cargo 2000 and that they will quickly recover their membership costs through the efficiencies our quality system will bring to their businesses.”

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