Envirotainer adds Hyderabad station for its RAP e2 and RKN e1 products
October 15, 2019: Envirotainer today announced that they are upgrading their network of stations by adding Hyderabad to the list of stations that provide a local release and return.
October 15, 2019: Envirotainer today announced that they are upgrading their network by adding Hyderabad to the list of stations that provide a local release and return of the RKN e1 and RAP e2 containers.
Envirotainer has been expanding its sales offering in Asia-Pacific over the past years, investing in both service capabilities and an agile network model due to the demand for secure temperature-controlled airfreight solutions in the region.
The RAP e2 and the RKN e1 are FAA & EASA certified air cargo ULD’s carried by the majority of airlines in prioritized cargo status, tracked in airlines fleet management and have a quick transfer process by reducing the risk of shipment delays.
“The RAP e2 is a cost-efficient and high performing solution compared to other active and passive alternatives. The RAP e2 container has proven its robustness and has to date shipped over 150,000 pallets of pharmaceuticals with 0.00% product loss” said the press release.
Hyderabad (HYD) is the 33rd station in the Envirotainer network to carry the flagship RAP e2 solution, one of the most advanced temperature-controlled air cargo containers available.
“India is the world’s third-largest producer of pharmaceuticals in terms of volume. The demand in the US and Europe is expected to sustain a high growth rate over the foreseeable future, with the addition of e-technology capabilities in Hyderabad, it boosts our ability to meet our local Pharmaceutical customers’ need for cost-effective and secure temperature-controlled airfreight shipments”, said Suat Toh, Head of Sales APAC. She continues, “The addition of new service in India means that we now can provide all our container types from Hyderabad as well as from Mumbai.”
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