Lufthansa Cargo clears CSafe RAP container for flight

CSafe Global's temperature-controlled container solutions are used for the transport of life-enhancing pharmaceuticals.
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The strong performance and unmatched thermal protection of the CSafe RAP are quickly attracting attention and gaining approval to fly on airlines around the world.
The strong performance and unmatched thermal protection of the CSafe RAP are quickly attracting attention and gaining approval to fly on airlines around the world.

Lufthansa Cargo has approved the CSafe RAP for transport on their extensive network of airlines, serving over 300 destinations in more than 100 countries worldwide.

The strong performance and unmatched thermal protection of the CSafe RAP are quickly attracting attention and gaining approval to fly on airlines around the world.

Thorsten Braun, senior director of Industry Development & Product Management says, “To me, it represents a typical win-win situation.  With the addition of the CSafe RAP, we are further expanding our portfolio of active cool containers, which is second to none while intensifying our existing relationship with CSafe. In combination with our extensive global network, we are offering one of the leading cool containers to our customers.”

Jeff Pepperworth, CEO for CSafe Global states, “We’re excited to add Lufthansa Cargo to our expansive network of airline partners approved to fly the CSafe RAP. We are honoured to deepen our relationship with Lufthansa Cargo and strengthen our promise to protect what matters most to pharmaceutical customers so that patients can receive what matters most to them.”

The CSafe RAP represents CSafe’s dedication to quality, ensuring the temperature integrity and safe delivery of temperature-sensitive, life-enhancing products across the globe.

By utilizing CSafe’s proprietary ThermoCor VIP insulation together with an innovative cooling and heating system, the CSafe RAP precisely maintains a defined payload temperature set-point throughout product transport, even in the most extreme ambient conditions (-30°C to +54°C). This is the broadest operating range in the industry.

Source: Logistics Middle East

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