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Swissport Tanzania has been awarded the IATA CEIV Fresh certification

Swissport Tanzania received CEIV Fresh certification from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), marking a significant milestone for its air cargo handling operations at Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam (DAR). Dar es Salaam is the second Swissport location on the continent to achieve CEIV Fresh certification and positions Swissport as the only air cargo handler to meet this standard at Julius Nyerere International Airport. The achievement in Tanzania complements Swissport’s CEIV Fresh and CEIV Pharma certifications in Nairobi, Kenya, and underscores Swissport's commitment to excellence in the handling of perishable goods.

“As the demand for perishable goods from Tanzania to various parts of the world continues to grow, Swissport Tanzania is enhancing its perishables handling capabilities, solidifying its pivotal role in supporting the growth of aviation in Africa," said Mrisho Yassin, CEO of Swissport Tanzania. “With the addition of CEIV Fresh in Dar es Salaam, Swissport offers airlines an extended, secure, and certified cool-chain process.”

“Our state-of-the-art perishable handling facilities in Kenya and Tanzania underline Swissport’s commitment to East Africa," says Dirk Goovaerts, Head of Continental Europe, Middle East, and Africa, and Global Cargo Chair at Swissport International AG. "As we continue to expand our global presence, diversify our service portfolio, and invest in advanced infrastructure and technologies, African markets are a central focus for us. It is our objective to serve passengers airlines and cargo customers and to contribute to the economic development of Africa.”

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