Integra2 is the first company in Spain receiving a CCQI and management audit with the focus on "transport and logistic operations of goods". Jose Manuel García Martín, Managing Director Germanischer Lloyd Certification Services, S.L., handed over the two new certificates to Pablo Rebollo, Managing Director Integra2.
With the Cool Chain Quality Indicators (CCQI) industry standard, Integra2 provides its customers a certified and quantified degree of proficiency in the growing perishable and temperature-sensitive products (PTSP) logistics market.
The Cool Chain Quality Indicators (CCQI) - established by the Cool Chain Association (CCA) and Germanischer Lloyd (GL) - is an industry standard for reliability, quality and skills in temperature-critical logistics like food, flowers and plants, some chemicals, pharmaceuticals and human blood. CCQI uses a benchmarking system to assess transparent and comparable quality measures. The standard provides guidance and support to continually improve and assess the logistics chain for PTSP carriers (airlines, road haulers), handling agents, forwarders, perishable centers, airports, warehouses (long- and short-term cold stores) and containerized and conventional Ocean Transport.
Picture 1: Pablo Rebollo, Managing Director Integra2 received the certificate from Jose Manuel García Martín, Managing Director GLC in Spain (from left to right).
Picture 2: After the handing over of the certificate: Mr Gonzalo, Certification Manager GLC, Ms Gambús, Quality and Cool Chain Manager INTEGRA2, Mr Rebollo, Managing Director INTEGRA2 and Mr García Martín, Managing Director GLC in Spain (from left to right).
Integra2 Integra2 specializes in industrial and commercial package transportation at both ambient and controlled temperatures (between +2C and +8C), operating in Spain, Andorra and Portugal. The company is part of the Logista Group, the leading integral logistics operator in Spain and Portugal and one of the most important in Europe.
Germanischer Lloyd Certification GmbH Germanischer Lloyd Certification (GLC) has a worldwide network of auditors and experts to provide independent assessments of management systems in the fields of quality, environment, health and safety, and risk management. www.gl-group.com/glc
Posted on February 6, 2007
by Edwin Kalischnig