The company’s Opticoolers (shown here) for climate-controlled air cargo containers are available at more than 25 international U.S. airports to serve the needs of the pharmaceutical industry.
At the 16th Annual Cold Chain Global Forum, pharmaceutical supply chain executives and suppliers will gather to address end-to-end supply chain optimization and creating strategies to maintain temperature-controlled products, remain compliant with regulatory agencies, optimize transportation routes, increase collaboration through change management, and implement customer centricity.
DoKaSch Temperature Solutions runs a fleet of active cool containers Opticooler RAP (5 pallets) and RKN (1 pallet). Made in Germany, Opticooler containers provide value via reliability and performance at any climatic situation, keeping cargo accurately within the 2°C to 8°C or 15°C to 25°C range. Electricity powered and fully air conditioned, equipped with huge batteries, cooling compressors and heaters, it can cool as well as heat without using dry ice.
The Opticooler is described as a “flying temperature-controlled warehouse,” designed to move the most precious pharmaceuticals safely by air to intercontinental destinations. The Opticooler can be rented for temperature-sensitive shipments around the globe at several cargo airlines.