While Finnair was one of the first airlines to join the IATA CEIV Pharma initiative, Brussels Airport was the world’s first airport to receive the IATA Excellence in Pharmaceutical Handling certificate, back in 2016. In short, both organizations have clear performance-driven agendas regarding pharmaceutical products, to say the least. “As service provider, it’s our main priority to ensure the integrity of the products by applying both speed and high quality within our network,” Wildtgrube wraps up.
“In doing so, we can help customers accelerate their time-to-market and ensure that temperature-sensitive products travel as quickly as possible throughout our network. In addition to the Brussels Airport freighter, we can also use narrow-body equipment where cargo size allows. More, we offer road feeder services from Brussels Airport, mainly for general cargo, to further optimize the way we work.”