dnata has become the first cargo terminal operator in Australia to be awarded Good Distribution Practices (GDP) certification by SGS.
The certificate covers the handling of time and temperature-sensitive healthcare products including pharmaceuticals, IVD and medical devices.
Temperature controlled zones of 2-8C and 15-25C for healthcare acceptance and storage are on offer.
Australia is an important origin and destination market for pharma, IVD and medical devices, and dnata says the WHO GDP certificate demonstrates its commitment to the healthcare airfreight supply chain.
Through the certification, dnata Australia says it can offer partners the highest operating standards for time critical and temperature sensitive shipments.