During the second half of the 1990s, the company partnered with leading airlines and has since then established a network of airline and forwarder partners for worldwide leasing services. Thereafter, Envirotainer sharpened the business strategy, which resulted in today’s main focus on the healthcare and biotech industries.
Envirotainer introduced cold chain management services in 2004, including product validations in the company’s own testing facilities, and qualifications in the field. The year after, in 2005, the company launched its new RKN e1 electrical heating and compressor cooling container, developed and produced in collaboration with ThermoKing.
In 2006 the QEP Training and Quality Program was launched, to acknowledge service providers that are capable of properly managing shipments using the Envirotainer container.
2010 saw the launch of the latest addition to the Envirotainer fleet, as the electrical heating and compressor cooling RAP e2 container received EASA certification. This LD-9 size container has been developed by Envirotainer engineers, using a proprietary composite technology.