CyberFreight International BV has opened a new storage facility at Nieuw Vennep, near Schiphol to increase capacity for pharmaceutical products.
The state-of-the-art building was constructed to accommodate CyberFreight’s growth in recent years and consists of 11,000 square metres of management, airfreight and accounting offices, plus three warehouse compartments.
The new layout features 1,900 square metres of mezzanines and additional mobile racking and shelving to increase storage capacity at the site by 40 per cent, and offers customers increased flexibility and opportunities for future growth.
The facility features temperature control systems for pharmaceutical storage including dedicated compartments for under 15-25 degrees Celsius conditions, a cool space for storage below 2-8 degrees Celsius, a modular cleanroom for safe sampling, and a GDP (Goods Distribution Practices) compliant ADR bunker.
The entire warehouse is also equipped with underfloor heating and air conditioning to ensure temperature-controlled conditions in every corner of the facility.
Increased security is another feature at the new CyberFreight unit with a 10,000-volt emergency wire, access control and 67 HD cameras both inside and outside of the premises, providing a TAPA (Transported Asset Protection Association) A level of security at the facility.
The building has passed all audits for the conversion of the GDP certificate, the wholesale license, ISO-22000 and ISO-9001 and ISO-14001. The SKAL certificate was the most recent addition to the list, while the next certificate will be ISO 13485.
Additionally, CyberFreight is a member of Pharma Gateway Amsterdam (PGA) and holds the IATA CEIV Pharma certificate. PGA members aim to achieve a validated logistics chain at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in which pharmaceuticals are handled in a standardised manner by airfreight.
With the new state-of-the-art building, CyberFreight and its customers are now ready for the future at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.