The GVK run Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) has become the first airport in India and third in Asia to accomplish IATA CEIV accreditation. The authentication is an industry acknowledgement, supporting the air transport industry to agree to pharmaceutical producers’ prerequisites.
The Mumbai International Airport has accomplished this quality achievement for Pharma Logistics following effective fulfilment of instructional classes, nearby evaluation, and complex approval forms.
Recognizing the significance of this activity, MIAL has started the certification procedure in a networked approach together with its air cargo supply chain accomplices.
The IATA CEIV Pharma affirmation was launched to anticipate temperature outings of Pharma items amid air transport with the key goal of patient security and decrease of spoilage credited to logistical issues.
Aside from being granted this key accreditation, GVK MIAL is likewise a vital partner of ‘Pharma Aero’ and the undertaking lead for ‘Airside Transport Benchmark’. The airplane terminal will be soon be propelling India’s biggest Temperature Controlled Solution for the transport of Pharmaceuticals on the Tarmac area.
The IATA CEIV intends to improve the treatment of Pharmaceutical payload by conforming to existing national and worldwide guidelines. The approval guarantees satisfactorily prepared offices, wellbeing and security, institutionalization and straightforwardness over the air transport logistics.
GVK Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) is a Public Private Partnership joint endeavour between a GVK-drove consortium and the Airports Authority of India (AAI).
GVK MIAL was granted the command for working and modernizing Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai (CSMIA). Through this transformational activity, GVK MIAL aims to make CSMIA one of the world’s best airplane terminals, which reliably pleases clients other than being the pride of Mumbai.
The new integrated Terminal 2 at CSMIA improves the airplane terminal’s ability to support 40 million travellers and one million tons of cargo every year.