CyberFreight has numerous certifications and will always strive for optimised, high quality services, whereby certificates are seen as a confirmation of the quality services offered.
You can find the CyberFreight certificates, permits, conditions and information documents on our download page.
AEO (Autorised Economic Operator)
The AEO Certificate is a certificate issued by customs and awarded to companies that are internationally active. An AEO certificate offers companies advantages in international trade, like less strict checks on bordercrossing trade, whereby potential delays at borders decreases.
In order to obtain the Authorised Economic Operator status, a company has to comply with numerous safety criteria. These criteria are based on the EU Community Customs Regulations and the applicable EU Directives.
There are three kinds of AEO-certificates:
- certificate AEO-customs simplifications
- certificate AEO-security
- combined certificate customs simplification/security
CyberFreight is certified for the combined certificate customs simplifications/security.
GDP (Good Distribution Practice)
Good Distribution Practice, well known under the abbreviation GDP, refers to guidelines for correct distribution of medicines and related products for human usage. GDP is a system for quality assurance, in which requirements are listed related to purchase, receipt, storage and export for human pharmaceuticals. The purpose is to assure a high level of quality within the supply chain, in order to maintain productquality of pharmaceuticals during the entire distribution process.
GDP regulates distribution and movement of pharmaceutical products from the moment of production till arrival at the final consumer, via different transportmethods as well as different storage facilities.
Next to a GDP certificate, CyberFreight also has a Wholesale license, a license to handle API’s and a license for storage and handling opiats (list 2).
IATA CEIV PHARMA CERTIFICATE
IATA CEIV certification ensures that facilities, equipment, operations and staff comply with all applicable standards, regulations and guidelines expected from pharmaceutical manufacturers. The overall goal is to elevate the airfreight industry know-how and achieve global standardization. CyberFreight is the first forwarder located at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport to obtain the IATA CEIV certificate.
ISO 9001 is the international standard for quality management systems. The ISO organisation issues and maintains thousends of different standards. The majority of these are product related, but some of these standards are meant for generic quality systems. ISO 9001 is most well known and refers to the general management system for quality.
ISO 22000 is a standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization dealing with food safety. It is a general derivative of ISO 9000. Since food safety hazards can occur at any stage in the food chain it is essential that adequate control be in place.
The management system standard ISO 13485 specifies requirements for a quality system for organizations involved in the life cycle of medical devices. The quality and safety of medical devices are central to ISO 13485: 2016, and are based on process control and continuous improvement. The standard prescribes a risk-averse approach to companies operating within the life cycle of medical devices.
Every Dutch company that wants to produce, trade or store organic products must be registered at SKAL. For CyberFreight this is applicable to wholesale and storage and services for transport. CyberFreight submits to controls and meets the requirements for the organic production method.
CyberFreight Pharma Logistics owns a wholesale licence which is mandatory for the sourcing and delivery of medicines from within the EEA (European Economic Area; teh EU member states plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein). The wholesale licence is issued by the Minisrty of Health, Welfare and Sport.