ABC achieves QEP accreditation in Moscow and Dallas

Airbridgecargo (ABC) has achieved Envirotainer’s Qualified Envirotainer Provider (QEP) accreditation at its Moscow Sheremetyevo hub and in Dallas.

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The continuing development of AirBridgeCargo’s (ABC) products and services for pharmaceutical customers has seen the airline achieve Envirotainer’s QEP accreditation at its global hub at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and in Dallas, one of its six online gateways in the U.S.


Fedor Novikov, director Pharma, Global at AirBridgeCargo, said: “Gaining QEP accreditation is yet another sign of the commitment we are making to our pharmaceutical customers and further demonstrates our ability to protect the quality and integrity of temperature-sensitive pharma products. We have been heavily involved in pharma transportation since 2016 and our focus over the last 18 months has been to invest in developing the products and services our customers need. QEP accreditation is one of the benchmarks we and our customers recognise as being very important as we grow pharma volumes across our network.”


The abcPharma product offering was developed in close consultation with customers by the pharma industry vertical team created by the airline, which includes dedicated and qualified staff at all levels; sales, customer service, operations, and procurement. This has led to ABC enforcing strict handling procedures and control processes required for pharma shipments during all stages of transportation. In November 2016, ABC also became the first airline in Russia and only the seventh carrier in the world to receive IATA CEIV Pharma certification.