CSafe boosts pharma container service network in Europe

CSafe Global has opened two additional European service centres, in Switzerland and Sweden, to meet increasing pharma sector demand for its temperature-controlled air cargo containers.

The Zurich Airport (ZRH) and Stockholm Arlanda Airport technical service centres will strengthen the operator’s European network to handle the higher inbound and outbound traffic of its CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP active containers.

CSafe said that it has seen “unprecedented growth and the expansion” of almost 100% for its active container fleet over the past 24 months.

Tom Weir, vice president of global operations at CSafe, said: “We have more than enough capacity with our active fleet to continue with our accelerated growth strategy to expand geographically and serve our global customers with the most innovative temperature-controlled containers available.”

 

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