CSafe opens new service station in Hyderabad, India

MONROE, Ohio – U.S. based company CSafe, held a grand opening celebration for the company’s new Hyderabad service station on Nov. 11, 2022.

India’s recent investment and commitment to the pharmaceutical industry via the planned Pharma City development in Hyderabad which is poised to be the world’s largest integrated pharma cluster demands consistent access to top quality temperature-controlled shipping solutions.

“This is a monumental undertaking in India and one that we at CSafe are thrilled to support with a new local station to supply our high-performing RKN and RAP containers to the industry,” said CSafe Chief Commercial Officer, Seth Hertel. “The health care and life sciences market has been growing substantially over the past years in Hyderabad. The work at Pharma City will only increase that focus, which would underscore the need for a local presence by CSafe.”

CSafe partnered with GMR in Hyderabad to make active RKN and RAP containers available at the Hyderabad International Airport. The station was inaugurated by Honorable Chief Guest Shri. Jayesh Ranjan IAS, Principal Secretary to the Government of Telangana.

The celebration event attended by local pharmaceutical and logistics executives included product demonstrations, dinner and presentations from CSafe executives including Ravindra Rao, Director of Life Science Sales – India and Scott Garchar, Global Vice President – Active Sales.

CSafe was founded in 1979 in Ohio, USA, offers the comprehensive suite of thermal shipping solutions for pharmaceutical cold chain shipping needs around the world to ensure patients receive the medicines and treatments they need.

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