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  January 18th, 2016 | Written by

United Cargo Celebrates Opening of Newark TempControl Center

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  • United Cargo’s advantages in Newark hub include widebody network and experienced team.
  • United exec: The cool chain business is extremely competitive in New York.
  • New United Cargo facility includes several features and innovations most requested by United’s customers.

United Cargo recently celebrated the grand opening of its new TempControl Center at its hub at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). TempControl is United Cargo’s service for commodities requiring temperature controlled transport.

Jan Krems, United Cargo president and Jose Rosado, United’s senior manager of cargo operations in Newark, spoke at a ribbon-cutting ceremony January 6 attended by a number of invited United Cargo customer and partner guests. Attendees later enjoyed a tour off the new Center.

“This new Center represents two things: United Cargo’s commitment to providing the  best service possible to TempControl customers at our Newark hub and our commitment to remain a worldwide leader in the transport of pharmaceuticals and other temperature-controlled commodities,” said Krems. “We believe we have the best people in the cargo industry, so we’re proud to provide our team with the tools they need to deliver excellent service to our customers.”

“United Cargo has several advantages in our Newark hub,” said Rosado, “including our extensive widebody network and our experienced Cargo Sales and Operations teams. But the cool chain business is extremely competitive in New York, and that’s one of the main reasons we built this new center.”

The new facility includes the features and innovations most requested by United’s TempControl customers, including +15C to +25C controlled room temperature, the capacity to simultaneously house 48 RKNN units, electrical connectivity for all units, and a number of features to ensure ease of unit movement into and out of the center.

“This is just the beginning of the enhancements we have planned for TempControl,” added Krems. “Our vision is to use this Newark facility as a blueprint for similar TempControl Centers in other United hubs – such as Chicago O’Hare and San Francisco.”

Krems also used the occasion to announce Vienna as the latest city to join the worldwide TempControl network. The addition of VIE brings the total of TempControl-certified cities worldwide to 56.