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The service center will act as a hub for delivery, maintenance, calibration, and technical support for the company.
CSafe Global, a cold chain solution service provider, announced on March 29, 2016 the opening of a new service center in Atlanta, GA. Atlanta is the second of a total of seven new centers expected to open in 2016.
According to CSafe, the Atlanta service center will act as a hub for delivery, maintenance, calibration, and technical support. The company says the service center will assist in reducing delivery times, minimizing delivery charges, and eliminating Atlanta drop fees for final destination containers. Brian Kohr, president and CEO of CSafe, said in a press announcement that the new facility would allow the company to take advantage of the business growth from the capital improvement program underway at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
“This is another welcomed development for the company,” said Mark Mohr, director of customer support and partner management at CSafe, in a press announcement. “Atlanta has a rapidly growing life-science sector, is the world's busiest airport, and is a premier pharma-logistics hub.”
Source: CSafe Global