KLM Cargo and Envirotainer Group have jointly introduced a new Control Constant product. Control is a new airport-to-airport KLM Cargo range of products for medical and pharmaceutical shipments. Control guarantees temperature-controlled, on-time delivery of these shipments, with three different basic products, Control Room, Control Chill, and Control Constant. Control Constant has been developed in close cooperation between KLM Cargo Pharmaceutical Logistics, based at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands, and Envirotainer Group, based in Knivsta, Sweden.
“KLM Cargo is happy to have found such a prominent partner in Envirotainer to jointly deliver this important Control Constant product. We consider it important that both KLM Cargo and Envirotainer can offer a customized network. That enables us to guarantee a worldwide constantly controlled quality product,” says Andr Mulder, KLM Cargo’s vice president -Business Unit Special Cargo.
Control Room ensures that shipments are protected from extreme temperatures. Control Chill provides the correct shipping conditions for products which need to be kept cool within the 2 – 8 Celsius range. Control Constant provides tight climate control at any specific temperature between – 20 and + 20 Celsius, powered by Envirotainer through their temperature controlled containers and worldwide logistic support.
“Envirotainer’s vision is for our innovative and environmentally adapted transportation solutions to be able to simplify and advance the global trade of temperature-sensitive products like medicines and pharmaceuticals. This means that we are contributing to the worldwide availability of these products while product integrity and safety are kept at the highest levels. KLM Cargo’s Control product is contributing to this and we are proud to have found such an important partner in the global cargo business,” says Daniel Martinwall, President of Envirotainer Group.
KLM Cargo is ISO 9002 certified for all operations and services and guarantees dedicated handling of Control products throughout the entire transportation chain according to Good Distribution Practices (GDP) specifications.