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LATAM Cargo has extended pharma’s coverage. This CEIV Pharma certified care option is a part of the company’s product portfolio and offers specialised transportation for these sensitive and delicate shipments.
 
LATAM Cargo has implemented four transit stations to expand coverage and reach currently relevant markets for its clients. These stations include Miami (USA), Santiago (Chile), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and a second entry point in Sao Paulo (Brazil).
 
The recently launched transit stations provide access to Puerto Rico, New Zealand, Ecuador and Paraguay and allow LATAM Cargo to offer more routes for different origins-destinations.

“The goods we transport with our PHARMA solutions to Latin America are delicate and extremely sensitive to temperature deviations. In order to continue satisfying our clients’s needs at such a critical time, we reacted quickly and efficiently while maintaining our product’s quality level. For each of the recently implemented routes, we have ensure that the established protocols and procedures for our care are met”, stated Cristina Oñate, LATAM Cargo’s marketing and product development VP.

Latin America demands more pharmaceutical goods and vaccines from North America and Europe
 
LATAM Cargo set different strategies in motion in order to satisfy its clients. One of them, for example, includes complementing the capacity offered in freighter flights by using passenger aircraft’s bellies exclusively for cargo transportation. Additionally, and in response to clients’ requests, the company has provided transportation to destinations that weren’t part of the PHARMA network at the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis, but, in response to the current situation, have been required by them.
 
LATAM Cargo offers both a PHARMA PASSIVE and ACTIVE solutions with different temperature ranges and leasing options respectively that meets the specific requirements for each shipment.

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