We support our customers from their initial venture into cold chain to global industry veterans by delivering expert testing, research, and state of the art packaging products.
While cold chain logistics can be complicated, we will determine the effectiveness of your current system and provide you with the best manageable processes and thermal packaging designs to ensure the safety and quality of your products.
Packaging, storage, and transportation are crucial factors when shipping temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals, biologics, infusions, and nutraceuticals. We will work with you to ensure your products arrive safely while minimizing complexities.
To deliver safe, high-quality foods to shoppers while reducing shrink, a strict cold chain must be maintained from farm to fork. As pioneers in research and design for temperature protection during the transportation of fresh food, we can help you deliver the best products your customers.
Understanding the environmental conditions during shipping is critical when developing a cold chain logistics process for your temperature sensitive products. With our extensive knowledge in air, ocean, and ground shipping methods we can help you test, design, and select the appropriate transit mode and protection system for your valuable products.
Thermal Cold Chain Packaging Products
Current Cold Chain Research
Fresh pet food is perishable and requires strict temperature control to ensure the safety of our fur babies Every year, $75 billion is spent on pet food and medication. Of that staggering total, nearly half is of the organic or health-conscious variety. Out of that,...read more
Melissa in Grise Fiord, Nunavut, Canada at 3:00 PM in -68°F weather We took the farm to fork cold chain distribution process to a whole new level when we went to Watsonville, CA to visit a strawberry farm to analyze and improve the harvest and precooling process. As...read more
Mail order pharmaceutical sales are the largest growing segment in the drug retail industry, with over 240 million prescriptions per year . In 2010, approximately $182 billion dollars worth of pharmaceuticals required the maintenance of a specific...read more