dnata gains GDP certification for pharmaceutical cargo in Switzerland
Oct 10, 2018: Ground handler dnata has been awarded the Good Distribution Practice (GDP) certification for pharmaceutical handling services at the company’s state-of-the-art facility in Zurich.
In order to meet the requirements to achieve the certification, dnata has completely refurbished one of its warehouses at Zurich Airport and made significant enhancements to its quality systems, operations documentation and facilities management practices.
dnata’s customer-oriented staff have been also thoroughly trained on all processes and requirements at each level of the organization.
Part of the Emirates Group, dnata constantly invests into cutting-edge pharma handling technologies, which is underlined by the GDP certification of its Amsterdam, London, Manchester and Singapore, as well as the CEIV certification of its Amsterdam, Dubai and Singapore facilities.
Including two Swiss airports, Zurich and Geneva, dnata provides reliable and quality cargo handling services at 44 airports in 11 countries moving over 3 million tonnes of cargo a year.
Roger Gutzwiller, GDP/Pharma manager Cargo, dnata Switzerland said: “Over the past years we’ve significantly invested in our operations to meet the highest standards in quality and safety and with today’s announcement and the constant growth of our customer base our efforts are clearly paying off. We stay committed to providing service excellence to all of our more than 30 air cargo customers every day.”
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