DoKaSch Temperature Solutions has opened a new service station at Narita International Airport.
The new facility will provide customers in Japan with “optimal” access to the company’s ‘Opticooler’ temperature-controlled packaging solution.
Along with its office in Tokyo, DoKaSch Temperature Soliutions said the new depot will enable the company to increase its capacities of RKN and RAP Opticooler at Narita International “at any time and immediately” so the required number of containers is available for each flight.
“I see many opportunities for Opticooler in the important Japanese pharmaceutical market and beyond, because of its technical characteristics, exceptional reliability and availability,” Said DoKaSch Temperature Solutions’ head Kazuyoshi Kakizawa. “Because of our proximity and extensive network, we can serve our customers quickly and reliably.”
DoKaSch Temperature Solutions’’ managing director Andreas Seitz added: “Japan is a major production and export centre for pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals. Therefore, we decided to open a new DoKaSch office and station in Tokyo. It is directly related to our growth strategy in Asia and ideally complements our extensive global network. This allows us to further ensure that our Opticooler reaches our customers quickly and thus contribute to a smooth and reliable cold chain.”