Pharma.Aero Adds New “Heavy Weights” To Its Board
Pharma.Aero has added Hong Kong Kong International Airport, Air Bridge Cargo Airlines and Alha Group to its members board.
The recent new members are all references in the supply chain of airfreight life science products and state the added value of Pharma.Aero.
Nathan De Valck, chairman of Pharma.Aero said:
“The past year we expanded our global network, created awareness and facilitated the collaboration within the industry. The open internal dialogue, underlined by our pharma shipper members, allows us to further improve the handling of pharmaceutical shipments.”
Pharma.Aero, the cross-industry collaboration for pharma shippers, CEIV certified cargo communities, airport operators and other air cargo industry stakeholders, was formed between Brussels Airport and Miami International Airport in 2016.
Leandro Moreira, Director, Brink’s Life Sciences and Chairman, Health Technologies Distribution Alliance.Br adds:
“Promoting collaboration between the various operators in the pharma supply chain, is a formidable step to improve quality, enhance operational excellence and help increase compliance to regulatory requirements. Organizations such as Pharma.Aero, do a great job bringing stakeholders together to support all that.”