Cathay’s new cargo terminal awarded ISAGO

Cathay Pacific Services Limited has announced that the company has successfully obtained the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Registration.


Cathay’s new cargo terminal awarded ISAGO


Cathay Pacific Services Limited has announced that the company has successfully obtained the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Registration. As a standardised and structured audit programme for ground service providers, ISAGO seeks to improve ground safety and cut airline costs by drastically reducing ground accidents and injuries. The corporate and station audits of CPSL were carried out in June this year with no adverse or non-compliance findings identified.

“Before the Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal b e came fully operational in October 2013 , we had already established comprehensive guidelines and operating procedures to ensure compliance with global standards,” said CPSL CEO Kelvin Ko. “This reaffirms our commitment to operational safety, reliability and service excellence.”

“This is a result of concerted effort across all departments. We strive to provide our customers with worryfree cargohandling services at our Terminal and to support their business growth,” he added. In 2013, the company was awarded the Transported Asset Protection (TAPA) Class A Certification with regards to the secured cargo handling environment at the Terminal. CPSL has also achieved Regulated Agent (RA3) accreditation. All European-bounded cargoes handled at Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal are compliant with the new EU ACC3 regulations that came into effect on 1 July 2014.