American Airlines Cargo has approved the use of CSafe RAP temperature-controlled active containers, making it the latest airline to offer the product to life-science customers.
The CSafe RAP offers what the company claims is unmatched operational performance in the most extreme ambient conditions between -30C and +54C, with VIP insulation, air recirculation technology and an autonomous temperature management system.
Jeff Pepperworth, chief executive officer of CSafe Global says: “We are very proud and excited to now have the validation approval from American Airlines for our CSafe RAP system. We certainly look forward to further partnering with American to serve our joint pharma customers and to continue the expansion of our global reach with this new active temperature management offering.”
Tom Grubb, global head of pharmaceuticals and healthcare at American Airlines Cargo says the airline and CSafe have worked together to provide Active RKN containers to pharmaceutical and healthcare shippers.
He says: “American’s goal is to ensure ExpediteTC° continues to accommodate customer requirements in order to meet future demand for increasingly complex medicines around the world. With this objective in mind, American is pleased to now offer the CSafe RAP as a key option for our customers’ valuable cargo.”