Peli BioThermal said its Credo on Demand temperature-controlled shipper rental programme has grown strongly and will continue to soar under the helm of Dominic Hyde (pictured above).
Hyde was appointed a year ago and he has overseen significant developments as the company’s global presence of network stations and drop points has risen.
He said his first year has been “extremely positive” and added in 2018 the company increased its temperature-controlled container fleet size by 90 per cent, while increasing our revenue by 90 per cent and is “well positioned to further accelerate our growth in 2019”.
Peli BioThermal footprint of network stations and drop points is expected to exceed 100 sites by early 2019, which Hyde said represents a significant investment to support the growth of the pharmaceutical and biomedical industry.
He added that in 2018 the company was signing multiple freight forwarders and integrators worldwide “increasing our convenience and flexibility for customers by selecting the best locations and organisations to speed the journey of their temperature controlled shipments around the globe”.