IAG Cargo signs master lease agreement with CSafe

Hounslow, UK: CSafe and IAG Cargo, the single business of British Airways World Cargo and Iberia Cargo, have signed a Master Lease Agreement to expand the IAG Cargo Constant Climate service to pharmaceutical companies requiring strict temperature management control during transport.

Freight forwarders can get a streamlined booking and billing process and without returning the unit to the supplier when leasing active temperature-controlled containers through IAG Cargo,. CSafe containers will be available for lease on a daily/per trip or 30 day basis through IAG Cargo.

Brian Kohr, president of CSafe, said: “IAG Cargo’s Constant Climate service is known throughout the industry as one of the finest. This agreement provides IAG Cargo customers a great solution for their extremely important temperature-controlled products.”

John Hayden, Global Product Manager at IAG Cargo, said: “Our partnership will allow us to continue to grow our Constant Climate product across our network while meeting customer demand for heating and cooling container options and availability. The deal will be important in helping us remain the preferred option for our customers in the temperature sensitive freight market.”


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