January 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered frozen meat products from Ratchaburi to Satun province, Thailand (products stored in frozen and chilled temperature).
February 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered a sample of betel nut chewer from Thailand to the United States (products stored at normal temperature).
February 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered dried food from Thailand to Bahrain (products stored at normal temperature).
February 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered a sample of blood from Thailand to the United Kingdom (products stored in frozen and chilled temperature).
February 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered a sample of Class 5 hazardous chemicals from Sriracha to Ayutthaya, Thailand (products stored in frozen and chilled temperature).
February 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered rice from Thailand to Bahrain (products stored in frozen and chilled temperature).
March 2012: JET8 (Thailand) is working on developing a tracking system to improve convenience for customers, which is expected to be completed soon.
March 2012: Customers were impressed with JET8 (Thailand) for its ability to transport temperature-controlled goods within the country that are of a higher danger level than Class 5. Customers will continue to use JET8’s services in the future.
March 2012: In March 2012, JET8 (Thailand) introduced its Door-to-Door Service for Exhibition and Conference (trade show) events, starting with the transportation for the Hong Kong Houseware 2012 event.
March 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully managed various customs documentation and imported high-quality biological test kits for disease detection in animals from a research institute in Japan to the laboratory of Kasetsart University.
April 2012: JET8 (Thailand) was entrusted by a leading global automotive rubber manufacturer to handle high-end cargo shipments by sea, requiring high standards in service and quality of the cargo container to maintain customer satisfaction.
April 2012: JET8 (Thailand) succeeded in providing ground transportation services with temperature-controlled trucks, which had high standards, and could monitor driving speed and travel routes using a GPRS system for a leading Thai fruit juice brand manufacturer.
April 2012: JET8 (Thailand) was entrusted by a petrochemical company to manage the import of equipment used in petrochemical machinery every month.
May 2012: Over the past three months, JET8 (Thailand) has been recognized and well-known among customers in the country for providing high-standard temperature-controlled and well-monitored transportation services for small-sized packaged goods, which are suitable for various products, including medicine, medical instruments, chemicals, biological specimens, blood, tissues, etc., to provinces throughout the country.
May 2012: A leading fertility clinic in Thailand has trusted and been satisfied with the services provided by JET8 (Thailand) in sending medication and pregnancy equipment for Thai patients with difficulty conceiving to Japan with fast delivery within 24 hours and smooth handling of export and import documents. JET8 (Thailand) provided a comprehensive service, where both the sender and receiver of the goods do not have to prepare any documents.
June 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully exported urine and serum from a leading Thai university to a research laboratory at Nagoya University in Japan.
June 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully imported hazardous chemicals of Class 5 from Tokyo to Lamphun province in Thailand.
June 2012: JET8 (Thailand) will start providing LCL services between Bangkok and Jakarta, and Bangkok and Manila from this July.
July 2012: JET8 (Thailand) celebrated 5 months of providing temperature-controlled delivery services for pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food, and ice cream, in small to large quantities, with delivery to any destination within 24 hours throughout Thailand.
July 2012: A leading global trading company in chemicals and medical supplies trusts JET8 (Thailand) to deliver drugs and pregnancy-related equipment controlled at 2-8 degrees Celsius to Rome, Italy.
July 2012: JET8 (Thailand) started providing temperature-controlled consolidation truck services between Bangkok and Phuket, and Bangkok and Chiang Mai.
August 2012: JET8 (Thailand) started providing LCL and FCL services between Bangkok and Morocco since August.
August 2012: The COOL24 service of JET8 (Thailand) has gained popularity among researchers and doctoral students, and most recently, JET8 (Thailand) sent frozen DNA samples from the Faculty of Agriculture, Khon Kaen University, to the University of Illinois, USA.
August 2012: JET8 (Thailand)’s Global24 service earned customers’ trust to deliver products to six countries worldwide, namely South Africa, Singapore, Malaysia, Ukraine, Australia, and the Netherlands.
September 2012: JET8 (Thailand) participated in charity activities, such as releasing fish and meditation, to cultivate personal development in both life and work.
September 2012: JET8 (Thailand) successfully delivered customers’ animal disease treatment samples to be tested for quality in the Netherlands.
September 2012: JET8 (Thailand) was able to transport fertilized eggs to South Korea using a Dry Shipper that required temperature control below -150 degrees Celsius.
October 2012: JET8 (Thailand) started providing LCL services between Bangkok and Jakarta.
October 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided continuous quality service in LCL transportation between Bangkok and Jakarta and Bangkok and Manila, meeting customers’ expectations.
November 2012: JET8 (Thailand) succeeded in importing drug samples and diagnostic specimens for clinical trial research.
November 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided agricultural transportation services to major importers of imported fruits and various raw materials from overseas, and distributed products to leading hotels and restaurants throughout Bangkok and its suburbs.
December 2012: A leading global research company entrusted JET8 (Thailand) to transport a set of blood test reagents in a laboratory (Blood Test Reagent), which required precise temperature control during air transportation from Bangkok to New York, United States.
December 2012: A world-renowned research company entrusted JET8 (Thailand) to transport human tissue samples by controlling the temperature from the United States to various top hospitals in Bangkok.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided a special equipment transportation service that was only available in Japan for a 5-day special advertising shoot in Thailand. The equipment was transported from Japan to Thailand and then returned to Japan for a leading advertising company, with a pre-determined transportation date.
December 2012: A heavy machinery parts manufacturer entrusted JET8 (Thailand) to send urgent air freight to Komatsu, Japan. JET8 (Thailand) was able to manage and deliver the goods to the recipient on time.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) received continuous trust from customers in Japan in importing and transporting temperature-controlled chemical products for use in manufacturing electronic devices in Thailand.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) employees were awarded the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Certificate as Dangerous Goods Certified Persons from the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and opened a DG service for air transportation of dangerous goods.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided continuous transportation services for controlled temperature medicines (2-8 degrees Celsius) to various provinces throughout Thailand within just one day.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided transportation services for industrial automotive products, such as car tires, by ship to Bangladesh for distribution to end customers in the country.
December 2012: Special News!!! JET8 Group established a branch office in Yangon, Myanmar, and is ready to offer logistics services between Myanmar and overseas countries.
December 2012: JET8 (Thailand) provided a service to collect human cord blood from newborns within one hour after birth and delivered it to a cord blood bank in the United States within 48 hours, preserving the quality of the cord blood.