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Envirotainer doubles e-technology capacity across Asia
Envirotainer opens two facilities in Tokyo and Seoul.

Envirotainer, the global market leader in secure cold chain solutions for the pharmaceutical supply chain, announced that they are opening two more stations for carrying its flagship RAP e2 solution in APAC. This is part of Envirotainer's strategy to enhance its e-technology capabilities in the region to meet the increasing demand.

"We are pleased to open two more RAP e2 hubs in APAC as part of our strategic expansion further into Asia" said Suat Toh, Head of Sales APAC. She continues, "We are always looking at how we can provide a better service to our customers. The size of the new facilities in Tokyo (NRT) and Seoul (ICN) will double the capacity for our e-technology solutions in the region. We now have 27 RAP e2 stations in our global network servicing the needs of our Pharmaceutical customers of which five are located in APAC."

Recognizing Asia-Pacific as the growing global pharmaceutical hub, Envirotainer has been broadening its presence by having stronger sales coverage in key APAC markets, opening service stations in multiple countries, and strengthening its partnerships in Asia.

As part of the investments in Japan and South Korea, Envirotainer is arranging customer seminars in Tokyo, Osaka and Seoul in conjunction with the opening of the RAP e2 stations to share best practice and discuss future requirements.

Source: Envirotainer AB

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