DoKaSch Americas, Inc. Appoint New CEO
German-based DoKaSch Temperature Solutions are expanding their operations in the USA with DoKaSch Americas Inc., being created. The new US arm of the company will be located in San Francisco, California and will be the first line of contact with customers in the USA and Canada.
Douglas Wettergren a senior industry expert has been appointed as CEO for the company with immediate effect. Managing Director of DoKaSch Temperature Solutions, Andreas Seitz said, “Douglas knows the needs of the pharmaceutical industry, especially regarding cool-chain transports from the inside out, Douglas will focus on our clients across the United States and Canada.”
Mr. Wettergren will be responsible for overseeing the sales and business development for DoKaSch’s “flying-aircon warehouse” Opticooler® RAP and RKN to pharmaceutical and forwarding companies.
The Opticooler is an air cargo container with climate control and renowned for their unmatched reliability.
Since 2017 the revolutionary containers have been based at several designated locations in the US in order to provide them in a speedy manner to their customers throughout North America.
Mr. Wettergren said about his new appointment, “I am excited to join DoKaSch”,
He further explained, “I see many opportunities for Opticoolers in the U.S. and beyond. Our technical features, extraordinary reliability, and availability policy provide us with a unique opportunity to offer something special. Due to our comprehensive network in the USA and Canada, we can serve clients quickly and dependable. It is truly a fantastic opportunity to be involved in expanding such a high level of quality to the global market.”
Mr. Wettergren has an impressive number of years in the industry gaining expert knowledge over the years, he is an Advisory Board Member for IQPC in Chicago/Boston and is currently serving on the Bio Supply Management Alliance (BSMA) Steering Committee.
The Opticooler containers provide reliable transport solutions for temperature sensitive shipments across different climate regions and during adverse weather conditions.