CSafe centre opens at growing pharma hub Atlanta
29 / 03 / 2016
Temperature-controlled air cargo container supplier CSafe Global has opened a new service centre at Atlanta’s Hartsfield–Jackson airport (ATL), serving inbound and outbound traffic.
The Atlanta facility is the second of what will be seven additional service centres across the CSafe network in 2016.
Brian Kohr, president and chief executive of CSafe, said: “The new facility in Atlanta will strengthen the customer service in this key market. In addition to servicing our existing customer base, the new service centre will position us to take advantage of the business growth from the enhanced cargo facilities that are part of the huge capital improvement programme now underway at Hartsfield–Jackson.”
The new service centre will act as a principal hub for delivery, maintenance, calibration and technical support.
Said CSafe: “The ATL service centre will mean that delivery times will be reduced, delivery charges will be minimised, and there will be no ATL drop fees for final destination containers.”
Mark Mohr, director of customer support and partner management at CSafe, commented: “This is another welcome development for the company. Atlanta has a rapidly growing life-science sector, is the world’s busiest airport and is a premier pharma-logistics hub.
“Our new Atlanta service centre will provide a strategic platform for our future growth and play an important role in supporting our expanding client base in this important pharma gateway.”