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Qatar Cargo moves 285k tons perishables on global network

Qatar Airways Cargo, which moves over 285,000 tonnes of perishables so far on its global network, has streamlined its Next Generation Fresh process and flown the perishable shipments on its global network. In addition to its Climate Control Centre at Doha’s Hamad International Airport, Qatar Airways Cargo has emphasized the most vulnerable segment of the perishables supply chain, and securing quick ramp transfers within 90 minutes to minimize ramp exposure. It will improve protection along the cool chain, reduces food wastage, and ensures products arrive in saleable condition with an optimum shelf-life. “The Fresh handling processes and our facilities and training methods have been audited and confirmed by us. We are delighted to get IATA CEIV Fresh certification on top of the existing IATA CEIV Pharma, IATA CEIV Lithium Batteries and IATA CEIV Live credentials,” says Guillaume Halleux, Chief Officer Cargo, Qatar Airways.

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