RPS

Remote Packaging System

The most difficult part of humanitarian logistics is the “Last Mile.”

However, using The SkyLIFE Company's unique Remote Packing System (RPS), completed aid packs can be pre-positioned in locations that can respond within hours of a disaster.

By stockpiling SkyPACKS with a local labor force, using payloads from regional vendors, emergency crews can be assured of being able to respond when their country needs them.

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Benefits of RPS:

  • Load specially tailored payload
  • Use local labor force
  • Use local suppliers
  • Preposition SkyPACKS and SkyBOX
  • Customized label can be add to SkyPACKS
  • SkyLIFE Field Service Team (FST) 
    • Helps set up production facility
    • Trains local employees
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RPS Design:

The SkyLIFE RPS has been designed to allow aid providers to set up a SkyLIFE pack production facility in remote areas. The system is designed to run on either 120VAC or 240VAC. An all-electric option is available for locations where pneumatic systems are undesirable. Power can be supplied via local mains or by the optional gasoline or diesel generator.