'This accreditation recognises our strong expertise, stringent training and excellent facilities in handling perishable cargo in accordance with global standards. It enhances our service commitment and professionalism when handling temperature-sensitive shipments,' T said in a statement.
The company said there's increasing demand for the safe transportation of high-end perishables and pharmaceuticals by air, adding that T is in the process of further enhancing its handling capabilities to capture these opportunities as part of Airport Authority Hong Kong's initiative to develop HKIA into the world's Perishables Hub.
'We are investing in new cold chain facilities that will tie in well with our certifications such as CEIV Fresh, CEIV Pharma and WHO GDP. These new facilities are specifically designed to ensure unbroken temperature control for cargo, from export acceptance to ramp release, and from the receipt of imports at the ramp to cargo delivery. These new facility upgrades will be ready to serve the industry by 2022,' T added.