Dnata invests in the coolchain

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Dnata continues to invest in cutting-edge equipment to further enhance its pharma handling capabilities on a global basis.

The company has added four high-tech cool dollies to its Australian cargo fleet, becoming the first air services provider to offer a fully integrated, temperature-controlled coolchain for pharma and perishable shipments in this important market.

Offering a closed, temperature-controlled system, the specialised containers will ensure safe and seamless delivery of temperature-sensitive goods, including pharmaceuticals and vaccines, between aircraft and dnata’s state-of-the-art cargo facilities.

The handler is to operate two cool dollies each at Sydney airport and Melbourne airport, providing maximum safety to airline partners and their customers at every stage of the handling process.

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