AAT is awarded GDP pharma certification

Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT) has successfully attained the ‘Good Distribution Practices (GDP) for Pharmaceutical Products’ certification by SGS Hong Kong (SGS) on 30 July 2014. AAT is in strict compliance with the GDP requirements set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to handle pharmaceutical products. SGS has conducted a comprehensive onsite GDP assessment at AAT’s terminal in Hong Kong International Airport, and AAT has been successfully certified for its satisfactory and full compliance with GDP standards and requirements.


AAT is awarded GDP pharma certification


Asia Airfreight Terminal (AAT) has successfully attained the ‘Good Distribution Practices (GDP) for Pharmaceutical Products’ certification by SGS Hong Kong (SGS) on 30 July 2014. AAT is in strict compliance with the GDP requirements set out by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to handle pharmaceutical products. SGS has conducted a comprehensive onsite GDP assessment at AAT’s terminal in Hong Kong International Airport, and AAT has been successfully certified for its satisfactory and full compliance with GDP standards and requirements.

AAT said that as a result of growing pharmaceutical-related cargo volumes and the critical necessity of maintaining product quality and safety of pharmaceuticals in the supply chain it has “taken strong initiatives to adopt and follow the best practice of GDP guidelines and implement all requirements to exceed customers’ expectations.”