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 added to SkyPACKS
  • SkyLIFE Field Service Team (FST) 
    • Helps set up production facility
    • Trains local employees

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.