Envirotainer adds Hyderabad to its container logistics network

Envirotainer, a cool chain solutions provider for airfreight, has set up a network station in Hyderabad, India, to support the release and return of its RKN e1 and RAP e2 containers.

The RAP e2 and the RKN e1 are FAA and EASA certified, temperature-controlled air cargo ULD’s that can be carried by most airlines, get prioritised cargo status, and can be tracked and quickly processed in order to reduce the risk of shipment delays.

In recent years, Envirotainer has been expanding its presence in the Asia-Pacific region.

Hyderabad is the 33rd station in the Envirotainer network that supports the RAP e2.

Suat Toh, head of sales Asia Pacific at Envirotainer, commented: “India is the world’s third largest producer of pharmaceuticals in terms of volume.

“The demand in the US and Europe is expected to sustain a high growth rate over the foreseeable future. The addition of e-technology capabilities in Hyderabad boosts our ability to meet our local pharmaceutical customers’ need for cost-effective and secure temperature-controlled airfreight shipments.

“The addition of new service in India means that we now can provide all our container types from Hyderabad (HYD) as well as from Mumbai (BOM).”

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