Temperature controlled container firm CSafe Global has opened a new service centre in Amsterdam, near to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
This expanded facility will enable CSafe to further enhance their support and service reach within the BENELUX region, aiding life-science companies shipping crucial temperature-sensitive products to patients in need.
CSafe’s new service center in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands – is nine minutes (7.8 km) from Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport – is now operationally open to manage and service all inbound and outbound traffic of the CSafe RKN and CSafe RAP active temperature-controlled containers.
Continuing CSafe’s commitment to customers, this new service center is among an expanding roster of worldwide facilities dedicated to providing high quality technical support and effortless customer interaction to meet the ever-increasing demand for CSafe’s innovative active container systems.
“CSafe Global is pleased to announce the opening of our new Service Center and EASA certified repair facility in Amsterdam,” said Tom Weir, VP of global operations.
“This new best-in-class facility will ensure that we fulfill our commitment of world class quality and service to our customers. Our dedicated and highly trained regional service team will work faithfully and tirelessly to fulfill our mission of bringing peace of mind to our customers’ cold chain.”
CSafe Global said its service centres are key in ensuring that the company’s active temperature-controlled container systems maintain the high operational standards expected for meeting the critical needs of CSafe’s valuable life-science customers and partners across the globe.