UPS muscles into healthcare

LAST summer Cathay Pacific underscored its focus on the pharmaceutical sector with a boost for its temperature-controlled service. The Hong Kong-based airline signed a master lease agreement with CSafe for the container provider’s AcuTemp RKN units, which allow temperature control between four and 25°C.

The temperature-controlled containers have been a welcome addition to support Cathay’s Pharma Lift, a dedicated offering for pharma and healthcare traffic, which the carrier has refined over the past couple of years, noted cargo product and marketing manager Jack Lo (right).

For the full story read the latest free digital edition of Air Cargo News, no. 696 dated 21 February, here.

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