Cargo Service Centre (CSC), the leading cargo handling service provider in India who operates and manages air cargo handling facilities in Mumbai and Delhi airport as well as in Ahmedabad, Aurangabad and Mangalore airports, has been making provisions for social distancing and sanitisation measures at all its cargo terminals and facilities to mitigate concerns around the coronavirus for sustained performance of its business and to ensure safety of the operations team and all stakeholders.
The Delhi Cargo Service Center (DCSC) team has been smoothly maintaining the flow of critical and essential services with implementing cleaning and disinfection routines throughout the day in its facilities to give priority to the safety of goods in transit.
This includes reengineering the work processes to support productivity by optimising multiple handling of cargo with putting in place the recommended practices like deep sanitisation of all its facilities, regular and strict cleaning of all the touch-points, and continuous temperature monitoring at the entry gates.
DCSC has also taken into account government’s national directive for the mandatory use of its contact tracing app ‘Aarogya Setu’ for all its employees and allow entry to any person only when it displays the green status.
Avinash Razdan, CEO at Delhi Cargo Service Center (DCSC) said, “Temperature monitoring procedures have been made mandatory for all employees, truck drivers, agents and visitors, and carried out at the entrances. Trucks arriving at the facility are sanitised at the entry point itself, while inbound cargo is immediately sanitised before segregation and outbound cargo at the export truck dock. In addition, adhering to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), we regulalrly sanitise the premises between two shifts.”