Is this the world’s best pharma air cargo management facility?

LUXEMBOURG is now the air cargo industry’s standardbearer for the air transportation of pharmaceuticals – after establishing the world’s first Goods Distributed Practice (GDP)-certified supply chain, says Hjoerdis Stahl (pictured, right), executive vice-president of Luxair Cargo.
Her comments come after the European ground handling agent, based at Luxembourg Findel Airport’s cargo centre, celebrated the official opening of its €multi-million, 3,000-sq m pharma and healthcare hub.
“Nobody else has done this, not as a country – and not as a logistics platform,” insists Stahl who is expecting to see a pharma and healthcare growth trajectory of between eight and 11 per cent per year.
“The whole chain – all of the logistics providers in Luxembourg – are participating in this project. I really believe it sets us apart from everyone else.”
Read more in the next edition of Air Cargo News 22 April 2013 – No 750..
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