CSafe opens Shanghai service centre for pharma containers

By Damian Brett

ULD producer CSafe has expanded its cool chain service offering in China by opening a new service centre at Shanghai Pudong International Airport to meet demand growth.

The facility will allow the company to extend support and services to customers transporting pharma products in its containers to and from Shanghai and the surrounding areas of China.

“As the industry’s innovation leader in active temperature-controlled air cargo containers, demand for our market-leading CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP containers continues to grow and we are certainly proud to meet that increasing demand with greater support out of Shanghai,” said Tom Weir, vice president of global operations at CSafe Global.

“With greater support comes greater impact in protecting life-enhancing products while they are transported to those who need them most.”

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