Consistently maintaining the cold chain

Consistently maintaining the cold chain

DATE: 02/07/20

 

Since being the first all-cargo carrier to earn the Center of Excellence for Independent Validators (CEIV) certification in 2017, Amerijet International Airlines has since been consistently upholding the principles of the certification and ensuring that the cold chain is maintained. Starting with only accepting freight that is properly transported and correctly labelled, Amerijet prides itself in taking excellent care of your most sensitive cargo.

At the company’s 360,000 square-foot import/export facility in Miami, Florida, which includes 40,000 square feet of cooler with temperature controlled cross dock with dedicated dock doors for receiving and delivery.  The temperature in the cooler is monitored 24/7. Alerts and alarms are sent via email and SMS notification to staff members to intercede as needed to mitigate any risk to the temperature integrity. According to Temperate Control Manager at Amerijet, Ronald Irish, “Amerijet constantly demonstrates a commitment to the pharma industry by positioning it’s resources to support the quality services the industry requires.”

Amerijet provides exceptional handling  service  to all types of pharmaceutical cargo such as vaccines, clinical trials, plasma, raw materials for testing, biomedical products and laboratory reagents as well as temperature sensitive products such as seafood, fruits, vegetables, eggs, flowers, live plants, meat and poultry.  Their staff is provided with a robust training program to ensure that they are properly trained and qualified to support customers’ cold chain needs.

Amerijet’s Temperature control (ATC) service, offers both active and passive freight solutions.  Envirotainer, CSafe and the Pharma Port 360 are all approved to be transported on the Amerijet aircraft. In addition, freight with passive packaging, can be handled in the +2°C to +8°C and +15°C to +25°C coolers.

With fast transit times, high priority handling and expedited ramp transfers, online shipment tracking, electronic in-transfer updates, 24/7 security and surveillance and a global partner network, Amerijet is the best in class to handle your temperature-controlled cargo. For your convenience, Amerijet also provides express shipping, thermal blankets, battery charging, re-icing service, temperature-controlled pick-up and delivery, charters and cargo insurance

Let Amerijet International ship your pharmaceutical or temperature controlled cargo.

Contact: sales@app-wpprod-prod-eastus2-001.azurewebsites.net or 1.800.927.6059 or 305.593.5500.

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