SAS Cargo launches new pharma service

SAS Cargo is increasing the range of its pharma airfreight solutions by adding SAS Pharma Cargo.
The Scandinavian carrier will use active GPS trackers to monitor the shipment, assuring accurate temperature is kept throughout the entire transport chain. 
“The pharmaceutical industry rightly expects high standards and performance from airlines when transporting their temperature sensitive goods. We intend to make transportation of Pharma products easier and more reliable. SAS Pharma Cargo adds thus real value to the needs and expectations of the pharmaceutical industry,” said Leif Rasmussen, president and chief executive of SAS Cargo. 
Rasmussen continued: “With up to 1,100 daily flights, of which 30 are intercontinental, dedicated pharma services and a 24/7 available advanced on-line booking system, SAS Cargo offers full transparency and excellence in handling and transportation.” 

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