Growth is in the air for Thermotraffic

Temperature-controlled logistics specialist Thermotraffic is to open a branch office at Frankfurt Airport’s Perishable Center in April.
The on-airport location, says Thermotraffic, will guarantee rapid handling of all temperature-controlled cargo with cross docking between flights and ground transportation. An on-site IATA agent will support the operation.
Thermotraffic says that more and more consignors and consignees of primary products or perishable goods are shipping their products by air.
This is also true of pharmaceuticals with their often limited shelf life, a sector into which Thermotraffic intends to expand.
Managing director Falko Thomas adds: “There is currently an increased demand for airfreight-related transport. Especially in pharmaceutical logistics, the quick transportation of temperature-controlled goods by plane is gaining importance.”

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