Monday, June 24, 2024
Silk Way West Airlines awarded IATA CEIV Lithium Batteries Certification

Silk Way West Airlines awarded IATA CEIV Lithium Batteries Certification

Silk Way West Airlines, the leading cargo airline in the Caspian and Central Asian region, has announced that it has been recognised by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as a CEIV Lithium Batteries Certified company.

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Silk Way West Airlines is committed to staying at the forefront of industry regulations and implementing all necessary measures to safeguard its operations. The CEIV Lithium Batteries Certification further enhances the airline’s capabilities and reinforces the confidence of its customers, stakeholders and industry partners. This certification recognizes that Silk Way West Airlines has implemented robust processes and best practices to mitigate relevant risks and comply with stringent requirements.

The CEIV Lithium Batteries Certification is a global standard developed by IATA to ensure the safe and secure handling of lithium batteries throughout the supply chain, and to achieve standardization and uniformity in the scope, depth, and quality of the assessments conducted.

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“Our team has successfully passed all stages of certification and today we can proudly say that IATA recognizes Silk Way West Airlines’ lithium battery handling and transport program as applied,” said Darko Vucic, Vice President, Corporate Quality Assurance & Quality Control, QMS of Silk Way West Airlines. “We upgraded our knowledge of IATA’s DGR manual implementing the latest standards and best practices related to the safe transport and handling of lithium batteries with further improvement of our safety performance by developing safety risk assessments specific to lithium batteries. The benefit for us, besides procedural improvements regarding the transport of lithium batteries, is to ensure that we continue to maintain the highest applicable.”

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Edward Hardy

Having become a journalist after university, Edward Hardy has been a reporter and editor at some of the world's leading publications and news sites. In 2022, he became Air Cargo Week's Editor. Got news to share? Contact me on Edward.Hardy@AirCargoWeek.com

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