From DCAT Value Chain Insights (VCI)
Brussels Airport is inviting a group of ten local stakeholders (ground handlers, freight forwarders, truckers and airlines) to undergo the CEIV Pharma training, bringing the cargo community together for the common goal of becoming certified. This will allow those Brussels-based stakeholders to offer pharmaceutical companies cold-chain management of their products.
In February, SATS Coolport (Singapore)--which handled more than 15,200 metric tons of pharmaceuticals in 2013—received its CEIV Pharma certification.
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