The Canadian carrier, Air Canada Cargo becomes the first to accept Envirotainer Releye RLP and RAP containers

  • August 11, 2022
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The Canadian operator, Air Canada Cargo will be the first to use the new temperature-controlled, live monitored aircraft containers, the Envirotainer Releve RLP, and larger RAP as part of the AC absolute solution. The RLP and RAP containers are designed to meet the stringent requirements required in pharma air freight. With a single battery charge, the container will be able to sustain the temperature and safeguard the cargo longer than any other available solution.

The Releye RLP and RAP containers are designed to meet the strictest requirements in pharmaceutical air freight. With their unsurpassed 170 hours of autonomy (more than one week) on a single battery charge, it will maintain the temperature and protect the cargo longer than any other available solution. These new containers are equipped with 18 integrated sensors that customers can easily track in real time. It includes important facets during shipping, from their location, internal and external temperature, battery level, humidity, cargo loading, door openings, and GPS.
These containers are part of the new cold chain handling facility of Air Canada Cargo located at Toronto Pearson International Airport Hub. Air Canada airline is certified by IATA and identifies itself as an airline that meets all the stringent standards prescribed from standards of safety, compliances, security, and efficiency in the movement of pharma products.

Air Canada Cargo is Canada’s largest air cargo service provider and has a presence in over 50 countries. It offers air freight lift and good connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents using Air Canada’s domestic and international flights.