Pelican BioThermal, the provider of temperature-controlled packaging, has opened a new network station and service center in Los Angeles to service, refurbish, repair and condition Pelican BioThermal’s reusable Credo on Demand shippers.
This new facility puts Pelican BioThermal on track to realize its plan to exceed 100 network stations and drop points for its rental program in early 2019.
The new Los Angeles network station and service center is strategically located near two of the world’s busiest international seaports and airports—the Port of Long Beach and LAX, Los Angeles International Airport. The Port of Long Beach is the second-busiest port in the United States, and trade from East Asia makes up more than 90% of the port’s shipments. LAX is the busiest airport for cargo shipments on the West Coast. California is also home to 1,570 biotech and pharmaceutical companies.
“Los Angeles is a major logistics hub for sea and air carriers as well as a hot spot for pharmaceutical innovation,” said Dominic Hyde, vice president of Credo on Demand. “As we continue to expand our Credo on Demand rental program, the LA network station and service center puts customers in Asia and elsewhere in the world in closer proximity to more convenient and flexible shipping options.”
The LA facility is focused on Credo on Demand shippers, which provide a high-performance, flexible rental option for temperature-controlled containers such as Credo Cargo, Credo Xtreme and Credo Cube. The Credo on Demand rental program allows organizations to choose the shipper application that best fits their company’s requirements, logistics profile and budget.
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