In an effort to extend improved and innovative services for clients, SkyCell – known as the fourth largest pharma airfreight container provider, and
Air France KLM Martinair Cargo, confirmed they will extend their collaboration globally with plans to present it to the global AF KLM network. Air France KLM Martinair Cargo boasts one of the largest and densest global networks.
“Air France KLM Martinair Cargo values of Transparency, Innovation and Care match the values of SkyCell: we are both committed to provide the highest quality standards to our clients in the most transparent and innovative way. SkyCell is driven by technological innovation in pharma transport technology and that is why we want to work very close together,” said Enrica Calonghi, Global Head of Pharmaceutical Logistics at Air France KLM Martinair Cargo.
In a recent evaluation from one of the Big Four international audit companies, SkyCell’s shipments from the last 12 months showed a
0.1 percent of the transports involved a temperature excursion with their containers. The companies share a common theme in transparency in addition to customer-driven services.
“Air France KLM Martinair Cargo is a pioneer in pharma airfreight services and has an extensive network. With a shared vision of innovation in the supply chain of temperature-sensitive products, our collaboration will ensure that consumers are guaranteed a safe and sustainable service. We will also further improve our services through SkyCell’s data-driven approach,” said Richard Ettl, CEO of SkyCell.
In an effort to support the company goal to exceed 100 network stations and drop points in 2019, Peli BioThermal announced the opening of its most recent network station strategically located next to the Dublin Airport in Ireland.
With a primary focus on the Crēdo on Demand rental program, the network station will act as a service center to refurbish, repair, condition, and service the reusable Crēdo shippers.
“Dublin is a key logistics location hub and Ireland’s life sciences sector and bio-pharmaceutical industry is increasing at a rapid rate,” said Dominic Hyde, vice president of Crēdo™ on Demand. “As we continue to expand our Crēdo on Demand rental program, the Dublin network station and service centre puts customers in closer proximity to more convenient and flexible shipping options.”
The Crēdo on Demand rental program enables organizations to select the best shipping applications and provides high performance, temperature-controlled containers including the Crēdo Cargo, Crēdo™ Xtreme and Crēdo™ Cube.
For more information on the company’s temperature-controlled solutions profile, visit: www.pelibiothermal.com
A Master Rental Agreement between Turkish Airlines and DoKaSch Temperature Solutions will provide support for Turkish Airlines leading efforts in transporting temperature-sensitive products such as vaccines and other pharmaceuticals, according to a release from the companies this week.
DoKaSch Temperature Solutions – a Germany-based, air cargo temperature-controlled solutions provider confirmed it will supply its Opticooler solution to the airline. The Opticooler is known to be one of the safest containers in the temperature-controlled container market. Its features include an electric air-conditioned container equipped to maintain precise temperature ranges, regardless of tropical or arctic conditions.
“Turkish Airlines serves more destinations than any other airline. This means that our Opticoolers are now available to many more clients that need reliable temperature-controlled air freight,” said Andreas Seitz, Managing Director of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions.
“As one of the leading airlines of the world, we provide our cargo clients with the best quality services to transport high-value pharma products. So the Opticooler is one of the natural choices and the Master Rental Agreement confirms that we have all the necessary procedures in place,” said Fatih Cigal, Turkish Cargo’s Senior Vice President for Marketing.
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