CSafe expands its Incheon pharma container repair centre

By Damian Brett

Pharma ULD-firm CSafe Global has expanded its container service centre facility at Incheon International Airport (ICN).

The service center was expanded to accommodate the growing demand for CSafe’s specialized air cargo containers in South Korea, and throughout the broader Asia Pacific region.

Tom Weir, vice president of global operations at CSafe Global, said: “With the expanded warehouse space and increased repair service throughput, not only can we easily accommodate the increasing product demand from South Korea, but we also strengthen our ability to flex as needed for repositioning large numbers of our temperature-controlled containers to other CSafe hubs within Asia Pacific to meet unexpected or immediate surge demand from our customers and partners across the region.”                                                               

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