CSafe expands further into Latin America


New hub operation in Mexico City will provide containers locally

CSafe Global, provider of temperature-controlled containers for the transport of pharmaceuticals, has opened a new hub operation in Mexico City, the second largest pharmaceutical market in Latin America after Brazil.

Mexico City (Image courtesy of CSafe Global)

“We are thrilled to add our second facility in Latin America in 2020,” said Tom Weir, chief operating officer at CSafe. “The market growth has been tremendous across the region and we expect to see more development as the pharma supply chain begins to diversify their operations to better manage demand in a pandemic or any other situation that comes in the future.”

The company has contracted with


AAACESA to make air cargo units available at its Mexico City International Airport facility. Through the arrangement, CSafe will gain access to 7,000 square-feet of space to store its RKN and RAP containers.

Dayton, OH-based CSafe Global with a presence in 150 countries provides end-to-end thermal shipping for pharmaceutical and life science industries worldwide.

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