DoKaSch Temperature Solutions continues to expand its business in Japan and Asia Pacific with a new Tokyo office and a new service station for active air cargo containers at the Narita International Airport.
The family-owned supplier of temperature-controlled air cargo containers is looking to strengthen its network to ensure a reliable cold chain for highly sensitive and in-demand pharma products, especially during the pandemic.
The company is promoting its main offer, the temperature-controlled air cargo container Opticooler, which is perfect in transporting biopharma products and vaccines by air.
The active container can both cool and heat without using dry ice or other refrigerants and maintain the desired temperature level of between 2°C and 8°C or 15° to 25°C.
DoKaSch says the RKN and RAP Opticoolers at Narita Station can be increased ‘at any time and immediately’ to ensure the required number of containers for each flight.
Narita International Airport has one of the largest temperature-controlled storage facilities for airports in Japan, the Cargo Climate Control Terminal. The airport handles half of all pharmaceutical trade in Japan by air, making it an important hub for both import and exports.