va-Q-tec has expanded its global footprint in Asia Pacific with the establishment of an entity in Singapore.
Singapore is a central logistics hub with a modern airport and infrastructure, and home to more than 30 pharmaceutical technology firms with offices and manufacturing plants.
The temperature controlled pharma market is projected to grow in excess of six per cent per annum between 2019 and 2023.
The region has hot and humid weather conditions, making it one of the most challenging temperature environments for TempChain transportation.
By opening a site and TempChain Service centre in Singapore, va-Q-tec broadens its TempChain Service Network and product offering in the region, together with local partners including Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airlines.