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ATLANTA: November 16, 2018. Delta Cargo had begun using the new CSafe RAP container for its cold chain pharma shipments.

With capacity for five standard Euro pallets, the RAP unit uses heating and compressor-driven cooling technologies and “superior insulation”, to maintain constant temperatures ranging from -30°C to 54°C.

A330 900 Delta“The introduction of the CSafe RAP container is a win for our customers who can now choose from the most technologically advanced containers to safely transport sensitive Pharma freight," explained Shawn Cole, Delta's vice president — Cargo. “Alongside our joint venture partners, Air France-KLM Cargo and Virgin Atlantic Cargo, we can now offer our customers tailored Pharma options across our broad trans-Atlantic network.”

Delta has 50 Pharma-approved stations worldwide with seven CEIV approved facilities in Europe and one in Asia - all connected to Delta’s largest cargo hub in Atlanta.

The airline has also announced it is adding 10 Airbus A330-900neo aircraft to its fleet and deferring until 2025-26 an order for 10 A350 aircraft that includes an option to convert them to A330-900s.

Delta currently operates 11 A350-900 aircraft and expects to take delivery of two more in 2019 and another two in 2020.

The carrier says it plans to retire older B767-300ERs passenger aircraft – possibly good news for Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings or the Air Transport Services Group as Amazon Prime Air continues to expand.

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