Shipping temperature sensitive medications and materials used in the life science industries requires strict thermal control in packages designed to take a beating. That’s why we work with you to design a custom shipping solution that is pre-qualified, tested to ISTA-7D standards, and can arrive at your facility pre-kitted or flat packed.

Understanding Cold Chain

You need a partner who understands the complexity of your shipping needs.

Households

Patients shouldn’t have to question whether their medicine is going to work. Scientists shouldn’t have to question the efficacy of their research. Hospitals shouldn’t have to question if their vaccines have been rendered impotent.

Smarter, product-focused packaging can give end users more confidence that their products are in the proper condition upon arrival, as well as an overall more enjoyable “unboxing” experience, resulting in higher retention rates.

Wholesaler

With a high volume of very diverse products, wholesalers often end up using identical “off the shelf” packaging for products that actually have unique packaging needs. With more and more oversight from regulatory bodies and manufacturers, it is critical that wholesalers understand (and implement) product-focused pack-outs instead of generic solutions offered by large packaging distributors.

Hospitals

As recipients of a high volume of temperature sensitive products, hospitals are often victims of a massive amount of packaging waste. As wholesalers implement more efficient and sustainable packaging practices, they can eliminate this problem for hospitals.

Specialty Pharmacies

Specialty pharmacies own the last mile in pharmaceutical distribution. They are on the front lines, interacting directly with consumers. Because of this, it is especially important for them to pay attention to packaging. According to a recent study, consumers base repurchasing decisions on the packaging just as much as they do on the product itself. By developing custom thermal packaging, pharmacies can increase real and perceived temperature control and product viability, reduce package size and increase ease of disposal, and ultimately raise retention rates.

3PL

Every day, there are more and more 3PLs competing to meet the needs of life science and pharmaceutical manufacturers and their customers. To win in this space, 3PLs must become much more than pick-and-pack operations. While there are many additional value-adds that 3PLs can incorporate into their offering, one of the most attractive is a suite of capabilities around cold chain analysis and custom thermal packaging development.

Manufacturer

With more and more temperature sensitive drugs developed every year, it is critical that manufactures continue to research, qualify and implement the smartest packaging on the market. As the primary stakeholders in the distribution network, manufacturers are uniquely positioned to lead a shift away from ineffective, expensive, “one size fits all” solutions from large packaging distributors.

Understanding Cold Chain

You need a partner who understands the complexity of your shipping needs.

Households

Patients shouldn’t have to question whether their medicine is going to work.

Scientists shouldn’t have to question the efficacy of their research. Hospitals shouldn’t have to question if their vaccines have been rendered impotent.

Smarter, product-focused packaging can give end users more confidence that their products are in the proper condition upon arrival, as well as an overall more enjoyable “unboxing” experience, resulting in higher retention rates.

Wholesaler

With a high volume of very diverse products, wholesalers often end up using identical “off the shelf” packaging for products that actually have unique packaging needs. With more and more oversight from regulatory bodies and manufacturers, it is critical that wholesalers understand (and implement) product-focused pack-outs instead of generic solutions offered by large packaging distributors.

Hospitals

As recipients of a high volume of temperature sensitive products, hospitals are often victims of a massive amount of packaging waste. As wholesalers implement more efficient and sustainable packaging practices, they can eliminate this problem for hospitals.

Specialty Pharmacies

Specialty pharmacies own the last mile in pharmaceutical distribution. They are on the front lines, interacting directly with consumers. Because of this, it is especially important for them to pay attention to packaging. According to a recent study, consumers base repurchasing decisions on the packaging just as much as they do on the product itself. By developing custom thermal packaging, pharmacies can increase real and perceived temperature control and product viability, reduce package size and increase ease of disposal, and ultimately raise retention rates.

3PL

Every day, there are more and more 3PLs competing to meet the needs of life science and pharmaceutical manufacturers and their customers. To win in this space, 3PLs must become much more than pick-and-pack operations. While there are many additional value-adds that 3PLs can incorporate into their offering, one of the most attractive is a suite of capabilities around cold chain analysis and custom thermal packaging development.

Manufacturer

With more and more temperature sensitive drugs developed every year, it is critical that manufactures continue to research, qualify and implement the smartest packaging on the market. As the primary stakeholders in the distribution network, manufacturers are uniquely positioned to lead a shift away from ineffective, expensive, “one size fits all” solutions from large packaging distributors.

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TemperPack System

We’ve developed a standardized size of pack-outs for life sciences shipments, all of which are pre-qualified and meet ISTA-7E shipment standards.

SmallTemperPack Life Sciences
Specs
Inner Payload
5in x 5in x 5in
127mm x 127mm x 127mm
Outer Dimensions
8in x 8in x 8in
203mm x 203mm x 203mm
Payload Temperatures
CRT, 2-8C, Frozen
Duration
24-48 Hours
MediumTemperPack Life Sciences
Specs
Inner Payload
7in x 7in x 7in
178mm x 178mm x 178mm
Outer Dimensions
10in x 10in x 10in
254mm x 254mm x 254mm
Payload Temperatures
CRT, 2-8C, Frozen
Duration
24-48 Hours
LargeTemperPack Life Sciences
Specs
Inner Payload
9in x 9in x 9in
229mm x 229mm x 229mm
Outer Dimensions
12in x 12in x 12in
305mm x 305mm x 305mm
Payload Temperatures
CRT, 2-8C, Frozen
Duration
24-48 Hours
X-LargeTemperPack Life Sciences
Specs
Inner Payload
11in x 11in x 11in
279mm x 279mm x 279mm
Outer Dimensions
14in x 14in x 14in
356mm x 356mm x 356mm
Payload Temperatures
CRT, 2-8C, Frozen
Duration
24-48 Hours
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Need a custom size?No problem.

Our team of materials and product engineers will work with your team to develop a shipping system that suits your exact specifications.

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Testing

We test all of our life sciences products in-house using industry standard ISTA profiles. We pre-qualify all of our packout designs to ensure that the product you receive performs to the specs we’ve agreed upon.

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Case Study

Want to learn more about what we do at TemperPack? Check out our most recent case study below.

Helping a Major Medical Company Decrease its Logistics Costs while Improving Patient Perception.

TemperPack engineers worked with our client’s team to develop a one-piece insulated liner design comprised of recycled cotton and 100% recycled film that provided protection from potential condensation, quickly integrated into the wholesaler’s existing distribution site, and saved the client space in shipping and warehousing. Additionally, the thermal performance exceeded that of the 1.5” EPS foam cooler they were previously using.

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Helping a Major Medical Company Decrease its Logistics Costs while Improving Patient Perception.

TemperPack engineers worked with our client’s team to develop a one-piece insulated liner design comprised of recycled cotton and 100% recycled film that provided protection from potential condensation, quickly integrated into the wholesaler’s existing distribution site, and saved the client space in shipping and warehousing. Additionally, the thermal performance exceeded that of the 1.5” EPS foam cooler they were previously using.

We’ve helped dozens of companies reduce their packaging costs and lower their overall impact on the environment. Give us a shout and we’ll work with you to develop a solution that suits your shipping needs.

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