CSafe Global expands in Taiwan

Temperature-controlled container manufacturer CSafe Global has opened a new hub in Taipei, Taiwan.

The new 2,500 sq ft facility will serve Taiwan’s growing biotech and pharmaceutical sectors by enabling “consistent, easy access” to its CSafe RKN and RAP cold chain containers.

Tom Weir, chief operating officer at CSafe Global, commented: “We’ve been supplying containers to Taipei for some time now from our Hong Kong facility.”

“As the demand has consistently increased over time, we felt it important to invest in a local hub where we can inspect and service incoming containers so they can be released for usage by local organisations. To do this efficiently, we’ve partnered with C.H. Robinson in Taipei to make units available at their Taiwan international global forwarding facility.”

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