Alitalia signs up for CSafe’s new pharma containers
May 13, 2019: Alitalia, the flag carrier of Italy, has signed up to use the active temperature-controlled containers, launched by CSafe Global recently.
CSafe’s recently launched CSafe RAP offers best-in-class operational performance, even in the most extreme ambient conditions (-30°C to +54°C). It is the latest innovation in large, active temperature-controlled containers to enter the pharmaceutical cold chain industry.
Brad Jennings, vice president of Global Marketing and Partner Alliances for CSafe Global said: “With its state-of-the-art VIP insulation, innovative air recirculation system, and unique, autonomous temperature management programming, the CSafe RAP, in combination with Alitalia’s cargo service, ensures the safe delivery of temperature-sensitive, life-enhancing products to patients in need.”
The CSafe RAP has already managed numerous temperature-sensitive and time-critical shipments around the world.
Antonio Temporini, vice president cargo of Alitalia said: “There is increasing demand for transport of temperature-sensitive healthcare products preserving their quality and value, and this enhanced partnership further allows us to offer innovative solutions to healthcare shippers for the protection and the integrity of their shipments.”
CSafe Global is a leading provider of active and passive temperature-controlled packaging solutions for pharmaceutical products.
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