Our Partners

We work with more than 100 airlines and more than 40 logistics companies.

Our partners include some of the largest airlines and logistics companies in the world. All in all, we work with more than 100 airlines and more than 40 logistics companies.

Airlines that uplifts with our containers are also included in this section.

Aero Mexico

Agility Logistics

Air Canada

Air China

Air France / KLM Cargo



All Nippon Airways

American Airlines Cargo

Amerijet International

Asiana Airlines

Atlas Air

Bolloré Logistics

C.A.L. Cargo Air Lines

Cargolux Airlines


Cathay Pacific Airways


China Airlines


DB Schenker

Delta Airlines


DSV Global Transport and Logistics

EL AL Cargo

Emirates SkyCargo


EVA Airways

Expeditors International



IAG Cargo

Japan Airlines

Korean Air Cargo

Kuehne + Nagel


Lufthansa Cargo



Nippon Cargo Airlines

Nippon Express

Osaca Inc

PACE Air Freight



Qantas Airways

Qatar Airways

Royal Air Maroc

SAS Cargo

Saudia Cargo

Savino Del Bene


Singapore Airlines

Swiss WorldCargo

TAP Air Portugal

Thai Airways

Turkish Airlines

United Cargo

United Parcel Service (UPS)



Virgin Atlantic

World Courier

Where do you want to ship to?

We offer unbeatable logistics coverage from across the world. We have 50+ service stations globally, covering more than 300 airports, over 2,000 trade lanes, and have regional operations centers in APAC, EMEA, and Americas.

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Global Key Account Management for Freight Forwarders and Airlines

Our Global Key Account Managers for Pharma, Freight Forwarders and Airlines are catalysts, bringing all stakeholders together to secure the integrity of temperature-sensitive medicines within the cold chain. They work closely with Airlines, Freight Forwarders & Integrators particularly at HQ level, as well as managing Partner accounts globally. To see a full list of our Global Key Account Managers please visit our Contacts page.

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Envirotainer Academy

To ensure the safe delivery of pharmaceuticals and to meet the requirements of a more demanding regulatory landscape, we need to acknowledge that training and education plays a vital role in safeguarding temperature-sensitive products during transport.

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