DoKaSch starts wide free delivery areas across the US Opticooler now available in the United States of America
Frankfurt/ Chicago, 27 September 2017 – The Opticooler, the flying warehouse for temperature-sensitive air cargo, will be available in the USA from now on, for rentals on more than 20 air cargo carriers.
DoKaSch Temperature Solutions, the Germany-based provider of climate-controlled air cargo containers, introduces huge delivery areas at the East Coast and Midwest from Boston to Minneapolis and D.C. to St. Louis, as well as on the West Coast from Los Angeles to Sacramento, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
A significant number of Opticoolers RAP (4 CP1-pallets) and RKN (1 CP1-pallet) is now available for immediate use in the USA. Within the free delivery areas, that cover large parts of the United States, the Opticooler will be delivered from DoKaSch hubs to any location for a small handling fee.
“We are very proud to offer pharmaceutical shippers in the USA an easy and hassle-free access to our Opticoolers for a global distribution of their high value and high risk cargo. In combination with our high availability and 100 percent on-time-order-fulfillment, the “Made in Germany” Opticooler adds great value to the reliability of the global cool chain”, said Andreas Seitz, Managing Director of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions, at the 15th Cold Chain Global Forum, the world’s largest event on Temperature Controlled Life Science Supply Chains, held in Chicago from 25th September to 29th September 2017.
Likewise, DoKaSch runs a free delivery area in Europe. Apart from the free delivery zones, Opticooler units can be globally hired directly from a growing number of airlines.
Equipped with battery powered cooling compressors and heaters as well as a self-regulating temperature control, the internal temperatures of the Opticooler consistently stay well within range, anywhere in the storage area. Temperatures between 2 - 8°C or 15 - 25°C for example can be maintained, regardless of the ambient temperatures, that may vary between -30°C during a Canadian winter or +50°C during a middle-eastern summer.