Pelican BioThermal adds eight drop points

March 27, 2018
See how temperature-controlled packaging provider Pelican BioThermal has expanded with eight new Credo on Demand drop points.

Temperature-controlled packaging provider Pelican BioThermal has added eight new drop points serving customers across the United States. The drop points further the expansion of Pelican BioThermal’s growing Credo on Demand rental program by providing additional points of return for reusable shipping assets.

Located at easy-to-access locations in key metro areas, Pelican BioThermal’s new drop points provide customers with an additional option for returning Credo on Demand assets at the end of the rental period, including Credo Xtreme pallet shippers and Credo Cargo bulk shippers. Providing coverage to the four major US regions, new locations include:

•Atlanta (ATL)

•Boston (BOS)

•Chicago (ORD)

•Los Angeles (LAX)

•Miami (MIA)

•New York (JFK)

•San Francisco (SFO)

•Washington (IAD)

The new US drop points are the first of more than new 50 drop points planned for 2018, including more locations planned for Europe and Asia. To better support the rapidly expanding Credo on Demand program, the company is also expanding the number of network stations in 2018, which act as the origin point for new Credo on Demand assets, as well as providing services including conditioning and end of rental drop-off. Network stations are often co-locations of Pelican BioThermal service centers, which offer conditioning, refurbishment and repair to their line of Credo Cube temperature-controlled packaging.

To learn more, visit http://pelicanbiothermal.com.

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