- Technical Sales Representative, Leamington, Ontario
- Technical Sales Representative, Ancaster, Ontario
- HR Generalist
- Head Grower Strawberries (West Virginia USA)
- Global Sourcing Manager
- Buying Operations Manager (BOM Process)
- Sourcing Manager EU
- Manager Operations Ethiopia
- Manager Operations Ethiopia
- Senior Grower
Top 5 - yesterday
- “With our placement in Türkiye, we have easy access to the rest of the world”
- Dutch growers lose faith
- Australia: Ball Mother-stock House meets growing demands
- "When buying our products, not only the rose production will be supported, also the well-being of rescued wildlife"
- "New substrate fiber fits into the future of cultivation"
Top 5 - last week
Top 5 - last month
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- "Breeders need to study the Chinese market carefully before introducing a variety"
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- “A new sales channel for flower companies without any labor or high fixed costs”
Cargolux passes ‘Enhanced IOSA’ audit
During the five-day renewal audit, five auditors audited Cargolux on about 900 different standards. In preparation for this, a team of 20 people from all concerned divisions worked throughout the year to achieve this exceptional result.
As a member of IATA, Cargolux, like any other IATA member airline, has to pass an initial IOSA audit and subsequent renewal audits every two years. This ensures a constant enhancement of aviation safety and is recognized by insurers and a number of aviation authorities, such as the FAA, across the world.
Cargolux passed its initial audit in 2007 and the IOSA registry underlines the airline’s strong commitment to the safety of its operations and the constant push for high safety standards within the airline industry.
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