Havaş was granted the European Union GDP (Good Distribution Practices) certificate which certifies the quality standards of the storage and transportation processes of pharmaceuticals and products that require cold storage at the company`s warehouse in Istanbul Airport. Being one of the most preferred brands in air cargo sector with its customer satisfaction-oriented approach, Havaş was granted the European Union GDP (Good Distribution Practices) certificate following the comprehensive audits at the company`s warehouse in Istanbul Airport. GDP certification, which audits compliance to the international quality standards in air cargo transportation for pharmaceuticals and products that require cold storage, covers special storage areas and cargo acceptance procedures, transportation between warehouses and handling processes at the company`s warehouse in Istanbul Airport. Providing privileged services by its reefer trucks in its fleet and at its special cold storage rooms, Havaş certified its service quality in transportation of pharmaceuticals and products that require cold storage at international standards.
Havaş General Manager S. Mete Erna stated, ``The GDP (Good Distribution Practices) certificate, which we have been granted for our warehouse in Istanbul, is an indicator that Havaş provides high-quality and safe service at international standards during the cargo operations regarding pharmaceuticals and perishable cargos, which require cold storage. We provide the most suitable conditions at every stage of the operation chain, including acceptance procedures, transfer between the warehouses, handling processes, for pharmaceuticals, perishable cargos such as medical products and food that require protection of the cold chain; and carry out storage and transportation processes with cutting-edge technological equipment. At our 10,000-square-meter warehouse at Istanbul Airport, we have special, climate-controlled storage rooms and reefer trucks for perishable cargos. Focusing on customer satisfaction, we continue our efforts to improve our quality to a higher level."