CAL boosts belly capacity as it replaces A330s with Boeing Dreamliners
China Airlines (CAL) announced today it will be boosting its bellyhold capacity via an order ...
In April 2014, China Airlines (CI) was accredited as a “Qualified Envirotainer Provider” (QEP) by Envirotainer, pioneer of the active temperature-controlled air cargo container. The accreditation was awarded to five global stations : Taipei, Tokyo, San Francisco, Frankfurt, and Amsterdam. With the accreditation from Envirotainer, customers can be assured of CI’s capability to offer reliable cool chain services.
Envirotainer launched the QEP program to recognize those airlines and freight-forwarders that can properly manage shipments with Envirotainer containers. Participants of the program must demonstrate their training, procedures and audits complying with the current Good Distribution Practices guidance documents, including the requirements of the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
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