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FAA Approves CSafe's New RAP ULD Container

CSafe Global has secured approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its new RAP ULD container.

Part of the firm’s active and passive cold chain packaging solutions, the new CSafe RAP temperature controlled container will support life-science companies with air cargo transportation of life-enhancing or life-saving products.

The CSafe RAP takes the support of advanced heating and compressor-driven cooling technologies and ThermoCor VIP insulation to avoid the payload risks associated with extreme ambient temperature conditions and long-duration shipments.

The new active container system is said to leverage the performance and capabilities of CSafe RKN to eliminate operational and environmental challenges linked with global temperature controlled shipments.

Featuring composite exterior panels, the CSafe RAP is durable and can accommodate up to four standard US-pallets or five standard Euro-pallets.

The container has secured approval for use on both lower and upper decks of aircraft, helping to expand lanes and deliver high-value biopharmaceutical products to pharma firms based on flights availability.

CSafe Global president Brian Kohr said: “FAA approval of our new active system is a very important milestone for CSafe Global and puts us another step closer to our planned launch date of early 2018 for the CSafe RAP.

“By upgrading to CSafe’s active RAP solution, shippers will benefit from the industry’s best performing temperature controlled container to transport their large shipments of valuable product effectively and successfully, time after time, with utmost confidence.”

CSafe offers cold chain shipping solutions for airlines, freight forwarders and life sciences companies.

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