LATAM Cargo opens new pharma transit stations

By Damian Brett

LATAM Cargo has added four new transit stations in order to expand its pharma network.

The Santiago-headquartered carrier has over the last three months open pharma transit stations in Miami, Santiago, Buenos Aires and a second entry point in Sao Paulo.

This allows that carrier to expand the number of routes it can serve with its CEIV certified pharma service.

The recently launched transit stations provide access to Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Ecuador and Paraguay and allow LATAM Cargo to offer more routes for different origins-destinations.

LATAM Cargo’s marketing and product development vice president Cristina Oñate said: “The goods we transport with our PHARMA solutions to Latin America are delicate and extremely sensitive to temperature deviations.

“In order to continue satisfying our clients’s needs at such a critical time, we reacted quickly and efficiently while maintaining our product’s quality level. For each of the recently implemented routes, we have ensure that the established protocols and procedures for our care are met.”

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