Release Date: 30 March 2016
Release ID: 5765
In a continuing commitment to provide timely service, support and container availability to their growing global biopharmaceutical customers, CSafe Global announces the opening of a new service center serving ATL inbound and outbound traffic. This newest location is the second opening of what will be seven new service centers in 2016. Renowned for its quality, innovation and strong customer focus, the company offers a full range of active and passive packaging solutions for the safe transport of temperature-sensitive products.
"CSafe continues to grow with both existing and new customers and we are boosting the number of service centers and facilities around the world to ensure our customers continue to enjoy the best service possible," says Brian Kohr, President and CEO. "The new facility in Atlanta will strengthen the customer service in this key market. In addition to servicing our existing customer base, the new service center will position us to take advantage of the business growth from the enhanced cargo facilities that are part of the huge capital improvement program now underway at Hartsfield–Jackson."
The new service center will act as a principle hub for delivery, maintenance, calibration and technical support. The ATL service center will mean that delivery times will be reduced, delivery charges will be minimized, and there will be no ATL drop fees for final destination containers. Mark Mohr, Director of Customer Support and Partner Management at CSafe Global, comments: "This is another welcomed development for the company. Atlanta has a rapidly growing life-science sector, is the world's busiest airport and is a premier pharma-logistics hub. Our new Atlanta service center will provide a strategic platform for our future growth and play an important role in supporting our expanding client base in this important pharma gateway."
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