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Cathay Pacific is world's first to receives CEIV Fresh certification

HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific has become the world's first airline to be awarded CEIV Fresh, the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) globally recognised accreditation for perishable product handling

Cathay Pacific is world's first to receives CEIV Fresh certification

HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific has become the world's first airline to be awarded CEIV Fresh, the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) globally recognised accreditation for perishable product handling

22 May 2019 - 19:00

HONG Kong's Cathay Pacific has become the world's first airline to be awarded CEIV Fresh, the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) globally recognised accreditation for perishable product handling.

The CEIV Fresh certification ensures quality assurance and works towards a reduction in spoilage and wastage, while also highlighting Cathay Pacific's specialisation in air cargo services.



Nick Careen, IATA senior vice-president, Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security, said: 'We congratulate Cathay Pacific on becoming the first airline to achieve CEIV Fresh certification at its hub in Hong Kong and join the world's first airport community recognised under this programme. As an industry, we have a duty to ensure that global standards and best practices are in place to ensure perishable products are handled and transported to avoid increased product loss.'



Cathay Pacific general manager Cargo Service Delivery Frosti Lau added: 'Acquiring this new certification shows our commitment to continuous improvement in service quality and gives our customers the peace of mind in our special handling throughout the shipment journey.


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