Air France-KLM is launch customer for CSafe Global’s RAP e-container

Air France KLM Martinair Cargo (AF-KLMP) has joined hands with CSafe Global to launch the ULD pharma specialists’ new RAP e-container.
A spokesperson for the Franco-Netherlands carrier said: "As the most robust operational container, this new electrical container will allow us to offer state-of-the-art service to our customers in the pharmaceutical industry."
Fabrice Panza, AF-KLMP’s head of product and development pharma logistics, said: “With its unmatched capabilities at extreme ambient temperature and its improved battery, this new RAP container will enable us to offer even more reliable solutions on extra-long-range shipments with best-in-class maintained of the temperature setting.
“We are excited to partner CSafe Global in launching this innovative product, reaffirming our commitment to offering customers the very latest technology to ensure the quality of the products and services we offer”.
Sebastien Berrous, CSafe global strategic sales director and key account director for AF-KLMP explained: “The industry has identified lanes where efficiencies can be achieved by utilizing RAPs versus multiple RKNs.
"The CSafe RAP offers the expanded cargo capacity (up to five Euro-pallets or four US-pallets) needed to accommodate larger cold-chain shipments."
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