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China Airlines pens agreement with DoKaSch Temperature Solutions

China Airlines pens agreement with DoKaSch Temperature Solutions

DoKaSch Temperature Solutions – the provider of climate-controlled solutions for shipments of temperature-sensitive cargo has expanded its global network after entering an agreement with China Airlines.

This deal enables customers across the carrier’s network to lease the Opticooler, the newest technology of active containers.

China Airlines said in a statement: “With DoKaSch Opticooler, we are able to offer our customers a particularly reliable container for their extremely temperature-sensitive air cargo shipments.

“In this strongly competitive market, it is key that we offer our shared customers the best possible solution for their most precious cargo.”

DoKaSch Temperature Solutions says the Opticooler operates like a “flying smart warehouse” that safeguards the effectiveness of vital pharmaceuticals throughout global transportation chains – regardless of the weather conditions the container is facing on its journey around the globe.

Electric, battery-powered cooling compressors and heaters are able to keep the temperature inside the Opticooler in the once set temperature range.

DoKaSch Temperature Solutions managing director, Andreas Seitz says: “We are very pleased to make our Opticooler available through China Airlines. Especially as Asia, and in particular Taiwan, is one of the main hubs for the fast growing market of pharma goods.”

Additionally to the main hub Taiwan, the cooperation between DoKaSch Temperature Solutions and China Airlines makes the Opticooler being deployable at China Airline’s whole network including 93 destinations in 27 countries.

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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