LOT Cargo to lease CSafe Global temperature-controlled air cargo containers

LOT Cargo to lease CSafe Global temperature-controlled air cargo containers
Published: 2 October 2019 - 7:13 a.m.
By: Logistics Middle East Staff

LOT Cargo recently signed a Master Lease Agreement with CSafe Global, a supplier of active temperature-controlled air cargo containers, to extend cold-chain transportation offerings to their life-science customers.


“This is big step in our LOT Polish Airlines history,” says Michal Grochowski, LOT Cargo Director. “We are proud that we can cooperate with one of the best and the most innovative global companies that provide cold-chain solutions to pharmaceutical customers, and are confident that we will be able to develop this business relationship to further benefit our valued customers with best-in-class active containers,” he added.

“We are very excited to add LOT Cargo to our extensive list of airline partners who have enhanced their pharma program by offering our innovative CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP active systems,” said Brad Jennings, VP of Global Marketing. “LOT Cargo’s strong network, with direct links between the key markets of Europe with the US, Asia Pacific and India, paired with the superior performance of CSafe’s active container range, will provide LOT’s pharma customers with the ultimate air cargo solution for their temperature-sensitive supply chain.


“We certainly look forward to a mutually beneficial partnership with LOT Cargo as we continue to deliver on our promise of protecting what matters most to pharmaceutical companies, so that patients can receive what matters most to them.”

The CSafe RAP and CSafe RKN active temperature-controlled containers offer unmatched operational capabilities, boasting the industry’s longest battery run times and broadest ambient temperature operating ranges (-30°C to +54°C for the CSafe RAP, and -30°C to +49°C for the CSafe RKN). CSafe’s innovative system design combines advanced compressor-driven cooling technologies with superior VIP insulation to regulate payload temperatures precisely where they need to be.

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