CSafe Global expands cold chain offerings in China

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CSafe Global has opened a new service centre at Shanghai Pudong International airport.

This facility will enable CSafe to extend their support and service levels and serve a higher volume of customers transporting temperature-sensitive products in its active containers to and from Shanghai and surrounding areas of China.

The Shanghai location is just one of numerous CSafe service centres worldwide, to ensure the highest level of quality and system performance is provided with their active container fleet, on every lease.

“As the industry’s innovation leader in active temperature-controlled air cargo containers, demand for our market-leading CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP containers continues to grow, and we are certainly proud to meet that increasing demand with greater support out of Shanghai,” said Tom Weir, VP of Global Operations at CSafe Global. “With greater support comes greater impact in protecting life-enhancing products while they are transported to those who need them most.”

CSafe’s service centres are responsible for performing all three levels of service required as part of CSafe’s unique Preventative Maintenance Rebuild (PMR) programme. The PMR program sets the industry expectation bar high for active container performance and operational consistency. CSafe containers are thoroughly inspected after every use, must pass an annual validation and are subject to an extensive series of checks every three years for part replacement.

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