Envirotainer working with key industry players

Envirotainer AB, a Sweden-based provider of active temperature-controlled air cargo containers, made its mark recently when British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) made Kuwait the 50th station across its network designed to handle imports of Constant Climate, its new temperature-controlled product for pharmaceuticals.Wong Joon San has the story. As the name suggests, freight delivered using Constant […]


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Envirotainer AB, a Sweden-based provider of active temperature-controlled air cargo containers, made its mark recently when British Airways World Cargo (BAWC) made Kuwait the 50th station across its network designed to handle imports of Constant Climate, its new temperature-controlled product for pharmaceuticals.Wong Joon San has the story.

As the name suggests, freight delivered using Constant Climate is kept at a constant temperature throughout the journey, through the use of active temperature-controlled Envirotainer ULDs.

Speaking of the service, which was launched on 25 May, Stuart Forsyth, BAWC product development manager said: “Temperature-controlled goods is the fastest growing sector in the global air cargo market and the announcement of our 50th Constant Climate station demonstrates our ongoing commitment to supplying customers with specialist products that make a difference to their business.”

Despite the global economic crisis, Envirotainer is continuing to expand its offering in the field of temperature controlled services.

The company is working with several leading players like Panalpina and DB Schenker to provide them with specialised equipment, knowledge and expertise to provide temperature controlled air cargosolutions.

Panalpina
In the case of Panalpina, Envirotainer has been working with the company for more than six years in various markets around the world, but both companies for the first time agreed to a global cooperation in September last year. Besides jointly serving the pharmaceutical industry, Panalpina has also agreed to take part in Envirotainer’s QEP program (Qualified Envirotainer Provider)– a quality training programme.