Monday, October 18, 2021

Coolaire, JMC union in time of resolving global pandemic

CORONAVIRUS has spread rapidly from China to all parts of the world in 2019, including the Philippines. For this reason, various countries started the production of Covid-19 vaccines to eradicate the health crisis. These vaccines are expected to resolve the global pandemic, then to return to the ordinary life.

The arrival of the vaccines gives hope to people, but the challenge arises in maintaining their efficacy in logistics since they have different temperature requirements. Covid-19 vaccines are all temperature-sensitive that must be carried by the refrigerated van to all parts of the country and must follow the strict process of dissemination to ensure proper handling.

The partnership of Coolaire and JMC engineer an efficient equipment for transporting dry and sensitive goods, including the vaccines, all over the country. In light of the surge of Covid cases, Coolaire introduces VaxVans mounted to JMC trucks to come up with strategizing the deliveries of the Covid vaccines. Both JMC and Coolaire contributed a major development in government's logistic from the very beginning by carrying and distributing the vaccine doses using VaxVans.

With the use of refrigerated vans, the equitable allocation and deployment of high-grade vaccines in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao are assured in the cold chain management. As Coolaire and JMC anticipate mechanical issues, which must be nipped in the bud, Service support was made available nationwide.

Coolaire and JMC support the Filipinos' aspiration to end Covid-19 and to gradually return to the normal living of the people. (Sponsored Content)


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