Turkish Cargo broadens its QEP accreditation network

Monday, May 28, 2018 by Turkish Airlines Cargo

Offering service to 121 countries and being one of the fastest-growing air cargo brands around the world, Turkish Cargo keeps on receiving the QEP (Qualified Envirotrainer Providers) accreditation that stands as a quality indicator with respect to diversity of the services it offers for the transportation of pharmaceuticals.

Having received the QEP accreditation for 14 new stations, including Basel, Paris, London, Milano, Berlin, Zurich, Dubai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, New York, Miami, Toronto and Johannesburg, from Envirotrainer, a company providing pharma-protective technological solutions, increased the number of its accredited stations to 22. The flag carrier air cargo company has just presented its reliability in terms of handling of the Envirotrainer containers and cold chain shipments, once more.

The containers of Envirotrainer, which is an active temperature-controlled containers, demonstrate the achievement and reliability of Turkish Cargo in cold chain shipments. The prosperous air cargo brand, which has been granted with the IATA (CEIV) Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (achievement of excellence in air cargo pharmaceuticals transportation cold chain) award in Istanbul Hub in 2016, has previously received the QEP accreditation validation for the most notable stations of the aviation market such as Frankfurt, Mumbai, Istanbul, Brussels and Atlanta.

By acting with its tailored products, it has generated for the consignments containing pharmaceuticals and medical supplies, Turkish Cargo offers air cargo service to 121 countries and more than 300 destinations around the world, thanks to its extensive flight network. Turkish Cargo continues to provide the largest pharmaceutical companies of the world with the shipment quality of the Envirotrainer containers it has been using since 2015.

To view the flight schedules and details please visit www.turkishcargo.com.tr, or contact with the call centre at +90 850 333 0 777.


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