How SAS Cargo is prepared to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine
SAS Cargo recently received the IATA CEIV (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) pharma recertification and that has reinforced its presence during the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
There are many air cargo carriers around the world getting ready for the delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine, and SAS Cargo has recently announced that it is ready to deliver precious cargo. The cargo carrier in a Linkedin post said that it understands the demand for air freight is increasing and it has never been more crucial to meet the needs for safe transport of life-saving products and to support the healthcare industry than now.
Air cargo will play a key role in the distribution of the upcoming Covid-19 vaccine. It is at such time that the capability of handling temperature-sensitive products and maintaining highest quality throughout the entire supply chain will be absolutely essential in successfully transporting the vaccine. SAS Cargo recently received the IATA CEIV (Center of Excellence for Independent Validators) pharma recertification. The cargo carrier also demonstrates continuous focus on delivering top quality and being a reliable partner for transporting temperature-sensitive products.
”Air freight has played a vital role in the fight of Covid-19 right from the start. We have been working very hard on keeping important freight corridors open to and from Scandinavia during these challenging times, and we are of course ready to further support the hard working health care sector in the continuous fight of Covid-19,” says Leif Rasmussen, president and CEO, SAS Cargo.
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