Swiss WorldCargo signs up to CSafe for pharma container

CSafe RAP

Swiss WorldCargo has approved the CSafe RAP pharma container for its fleet of widebody aircraft.

The CSafe RAP is CSafe’s latest active temperature-controlled container and has quickly gained approval to fly on an expanding list of airlines.

Susanne Wellauer, Head of Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Vertical Industry Management, Swiss WorldCargo said: “[We are] delighted to allow CSafe RAP containers onboard our aircraft. Our partnership underscores not only a continued focus on quality in shipping temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical goods worldwide everyday, but also our dedication to finding the best solutions for doing so.”

Jeff Pepperworth, Chief Executive Officer for CSafe Global added: “Adding Swiss WorldCargo to our directory of airline partners approved to fly the CSafe RAP certainly extends our ability to serve more life-science customers with this state-of-the-art air cargo container solution.  We are proud to further our partnership with SWISS and believe the combination of our industry-leading solution with their pharma cargo service will go a long way to ensure that life-enhancing, temperature-sensitive products make it to patients in need around the world.”

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