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Dnata implements integrated, temperature-controlled cool chain

Posted 8 October 2020 · Add Comment

Dnata has enhanced its pharma handling capabilities in Singapore by launching cool dollies in its operations.

 

Dnata has integrates, temperature-controlled cool chain in Singapore.  Image: Dnata

The company’s new, high-tech containers are specially designed to serve the pharmaceutical industry with a closed temperature-controlled system for seamless delivery of temperature-sensitive goods between cargo warehouses and aircraft. Dnata is the first cargo handler to operate cool dollies at Singapore Changi Airport, offering customers excellent value services throughout the handling process.

 

Dirk Goovaerts, Dnata’s regional CEO for Asia Pacific, said: "It has become increasingly crucial for both airlines and freight forwarders to be supported by a reliable, certified handler that can protect their pharma shipments and ensure the products remain in perfect condition until they reach the end customer.

 

"We constantly invest in our people, facilities, equipment and processes to provide world-class services to our customers. Our latest investment in cool dollies underlines our commitment to ensuring the highest quality of supply chain management when handling temperature-sensitive cargo.

 

"We continue to enhance our operations to deliver the promises our customers make, every day."

 

 

 

 

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