ANA launches PRIO FRESH solution for perishable airfreight

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Japanese carrier ANA Cargo (the freight arm of All Nippon Airways) has begun offering its new PRIO FRESH service for international perishable airfreight transport on flights from Haneda, Narita, Kansai, Fukuoka, Nagoya and Chitose airports.

PRIO FRESH is part of the airline’s PRIO portfolio of value-added services for international cargo. Customers could already opt for thermal blankets to protect cargo (excluding shipments travelling on Boeing 737 and Airbus A320 flights) from high ambient temperatures such as those that occur on a sunny ramp.

Now, ANA customers can also book temperature-controlled trucks on domestic road feeder services.

In addition, the option of traceability during transit on some routes (Haneda–Hong Kong and Singapore) is now available under the new PRIO FRESH banner, through the provision of timestamp information for each handover point on the route.

In July this year, ANA became the first Japanese airline to receive IATA CEIV Fresh certification. The airline was awarded CEIV Pharma certification in 2017.

ANA becomes first airline in Japan to achieve CEIV Fresh

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