Cyber Freight gains IATA CEIV Pharma certificate


Cyber Freight Amsterdam a subsidiary of Cyber Freight International and a member of Pharma Gateway Amsterdam, has been awarded the International Air Transport Association’s CEIV Pharma certificate.

The company says CEIV is in line with the goals set by Pharma Gateway Amsterdam, the initiative of ACN and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, of which Cyber Freight is a member of.

Cyber Freight director of operations, John Twisk says: “Next to our GDP, ISO9001 and AEO certificates, this CEIV certification will enable us to extend the quality standards of our airfreight service for our clients in the pharmaceutical industry. That is exactly the reason why we are very active in Pharma Gateway Amsterdam.”

Cyber Freight says together with the other Pharma Gateway Amsterdam members, it will continue the efforts to “optimise and improve the handling of pharma-shipments through Schiphol”, and to “secure the strong position Schiphol and its partners have in this sector”.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol head of cargo, Jonas van Stekelenburg says: “Schiphol Cargo congratulates Cyber Freight with obtaining the CEIV certificate. With this certificate IATA confirms that Cyber Freight executes the storage and handling of medicines and other pharmaceuticals products with the utmost care. A great achievement.

“Very good that within the Schiphol initiative, Pharma Gateway Amsterdam, another part of the chain is CEIV certified.”