CSafe opens cool-container service center near Amsterdam 

Today, U.S.-based CSafe Global expanded its footprint in Europe with the announcement it had opened a new service center in Hoofddorp, Netherlands.  

The new facility is located 9 minutes by road from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) and is designed to service inbound and outbound traffic of the company’s active temperature-controlled container models, CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP, used by carriers at the airport.  

CSafe’s RAP container is capable of maintaining the preset temperature range in ambient temperatures of -30°C to +54°C, while the RKN can operate at -30°C to +49°C. CSafe combines compressor-driven cooling technology with vacuum-insulated panel insulation to regulate payload temperatures for up to four U.S. pallets of pharmaceutical product per container.  

Over the past year, Swiss WorldCargoLATAM Cargo and Delta Cargo became the latest carriers to leverage CSafe’s RKN and RAP containers in their global pharmaceutical shipment operations.

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Chelsea Toczauer

Chelsea Toczauer is the Associate Editor of the company’s daily news and monthly magazine Air Cargo World. She holds two BAs in International Relations and Asian Languages and Cultures from the University of Southern California, as well as a double accredited US-Chinese MA in International Studies from the Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University joint degree program. Chelsea speaks Mandarin and Russian.