The product uses rechargeable batteries to power its electric heating and compressor cooling system
Delta Cargo has approved the Envirotainer Releye RLP for usage on its fleet of aircrafts.
With this approval, the airline can now transport the Releye RLP on its global network, increasing its capacity to meet the growing market for secure cold chain products for the air transportation of pharmaceuticals.
The company claims the Releye delivers up to 90% reduction in CO2 emissions compared to available passive solutions, based on life-cycle analysis. The product uses rechargeable batteries to power its electric heating and compressor cooling system and can power its system for over 170 hours on a single charge.
“The introduction of the Releye RLP, in combination with our CEIV certified pharma network, provides our customers with more choice when looking for reliable container options to support the growing demand for pharma and vaccine shipments” said Jannie Davel, MD Cargo Commercial at Delta Cargo.
“We are happy to welcome Delta Cargo as a carrier of the Envirotainer Releye RLP container,” said Don Harrison, Head of Global Key Accounts, Airlines at Envirotainer. “With the new Releye RLP, Delta Cargo can offer their customers the latest active fully connected solution to protect the integrity and quality of air freight medicine products throughout the supply chain.”