Turkish Cargo Wins Asia-Pacific Bioprocessing Excellence Award


Turkish Cargo has recently crowned its processes for the transportation of pharmaceuticals. The award was held digitally in Singapore for the 9th  time, where it rewards the cargo carrier as the winner of the ‘Remarkable Air Cargo Brand’ in the Pharma-Logistics category.

Regarding such an award, Mr. Turhan Ozen, Chief Cargo Officer of Turkish Airlines, said, “Being recognized as a leading logistics solution partner for the transportation of pharmaceuticals, we have been carrying out as based on a perfectionist concept, is highly pleasing for us. We, as Turkish Cargo, will continue to provide the pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers in the Asia-Pacific with the best services. I, as a result of this, express thanks also to our colleagues who have contributed to such achievement.”  

Asia-Pacific Bioprocessing Excellence Awards recognizes exceptional bioprocessing experts, organizations, and technologies that facilitate biomanufacturing excellence at enhanced speed, reduced cost, and superior quality. Embracing the best bioprocessing and biomanufacturing leaders in the industry and the latest developments in technologies and the best practices in manufacturing, Asia-Pacific Bioprocessing Excellence Awards supports today’s prominent leaders and trendsetters to inspire the innovators of tomorrow.

Known for providing one of the best connections for transport to the production and trade centers in the world, Turkish Cargo continues to improve the rewarding opportunities it offers based on a high-quality service concept to meet the requirements of its customers in the best manner. It also promotes regional trade by generating tailored and practical solutions to the increasing demand for logistics.

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