Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways give technical approval to Opticooler
Forwarders and pharmaceutical manufacturers in Japan and worldwide are benefitting from increasing leasing options for temperature-controlled packaging solutions
DoKaSch Temperature Solutions achieved technical approvals for its "Opticooler" active containers with Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA). Thus, on all flights operated by Japan's two largest airlines, forwarders can now use the fast available and highly reliable temperature-controlled packaging solution.
In addition to a dedicated Japanese subsidiary and a new service station in Tokyo-Narita, the approval of both Japanese major carriers further strengthens DoKaSch Temperature Solutions' network in the Asia-Pacific region. Given the highest availability on the market and resilience of the Opticooler packaging solution, customers have enhanced options to operate safe and reliable supply chains for temperature-sensitive goods to and from Asia.
"The demand for temperature-sensitive goods is increasing in Japan as well as in whole Asia. In addition to reliability and safety, fast availability at any quantity is also crucial, to step up with this trend. Combined with our new Japanese service station directly at the gateway of our new partners Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways, we can excellently provide these key capabilities to our customers in the Asia-Pacific region," says Kazuyoshi Kakizawa, Head of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions K.K..
The technical approvals allow the Opticooler to be used in the cargo holds of the two airlines' fleets. Forwarders and pharmaceutical manufacturers in Japan and worldwide are thus benefitting from increasing leasing options for temperature-controlled packaging solutions and can utilize the well-developed international route networks of both carriers.
JAL's and ANA's schedules connect Japan with Europe, North America, Southeast Asia as well as Australia. The option of using Opticoolers on these routes is hence opening important accesses to the Japanese and worldwide pharma sector. Freight forwarders also profit from the efficient and capable range of wide body aircrafts of both carriers, which allows the Opticoolers to always be deployed with optimal and reliable flying platforms.
Andreas Seitz, Managing Director of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions, adds: "The new technical approvals by Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways are a major step for our growth strategy in Asia. Thanks to the new cooperation, we are further expanding our established and dense global network. With its market leading reliability as well as availability, our Opticooler packaging solution will thereby become available to even more customers in Asia as well as worldwide."
The technical approval follows the opening of a new service station of DoKaSch in 2021 at Tokyo-Narita Airport. The new depot is ready to meet any demand for RKN and RAP Opticooler at any time and immediately.