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Istanbul, 25/12/2018 Providing service to 124 countries around the world as one of the fastest growing air cargo brands, Turkish Cargo organized a special event titled ‘Turkish Cargo & IATA CEIV Pharma Workshop’ for the leading pharmaceutical companies, officials from IATA, agents and business partners.
Addressing the dedicated solutions and organized with the aim of developing new perspectives to add value to the industry, the event started with the presentation titled “Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) in Pharmaceutical Handling” by Francisco Rizzuto, Cargo Specialist Manager for Europe at IATA, and the presentation titled ‘Turkish Cargo CEIV Pharma Project’ by Abdullah Bahadır Büyükkaymaz, Special Cargo Manager at Turkish Cargo.
During the event attended by Cem Kolak, Managing Director of BL – Biopharma, Cem Selcuk, Office Manager at World Courier, Emre Gollu, Supply Chain Manager at UCB Pharma, and Leyla Koc, Product Development Director at Horoz Bollore Airfreight, as panelists; Ahmet Kaya, Vice President of Cargo (Customer Relations) at Turkish Cargo delivered a speech during which he exchanged opinions with the leading decision-makers across the industry.
Embracing more than 50 attendants and providing the opportunity to express and raise the awareness on the services of Turkish Cargo, the event ended upon the closing speech by Turhan Ozen, Chief Cargo Officer at Turkish Airlines, following the cargo facility tour.
Acting with the aim of becoming one of the top five global air cargo brands by 2023, Turkish Cargo continues to provide contribution to the exports volume of Turkey with its services offered to more than 300 destinations, as well as each and every accomplished pharmaceuticals transport operation.
To view the flight schedules and details please visit www.turkishcargo.com.tr, or contact with the call center at +90 850 333 0 777.
Turkish Airlines, Inc. Media Relations
About Turkish Cargo:
In addition to the flight network of Turkish Airlines, which flies to most destinations of the world with 124 countries, Turkish Cargo provides more than 300 destinations air cargo services which is 86 direct cargo flight destinations. Turkish Cargo, which has performed an increase of its performance, serves with 21 cargo freighter as well as 331 fleet of Turkish Airlines, from Istanbul hub which has strategic importance linking the continents. Our goal, as the fastest growing and developing air cargo brand in the world, is to be one of the top 5 air cargo carriers in 2023. For more; www.turkishcargo.com.tr
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